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James P Adamson
LAX what a tuff year. The only way
to play LAX is either to score or to
hurt someone. Canada — Metropolis,
TK, JB, JM, JL, Plad — Zone. U-
Mass. Rolling Stones. Ski trip home
R.D. live on. The edge and take a
chance! WHAT DID YOU SAY! RG
Ma, Mac, Patti, Jimmy, Fuzzy, Tues-
day, and Kevin. I love you, thanx.
Amy "HEY LADY." Jenn Cohassett
harbor. Mary hold my hand. Paula
the club and Sunday Night Crew.
Mark Thanx, I Love You. Dad we've
had some hard times but I'U always
Love You no matter what?
William J. Amirault
Guys Here we go. EZ Swiss, Jar some
at the Quarter Mile, Chicken Fingers
AL? AB07, Merry Maids, STREET
CLOSED Ace and Fong, Straight out
a . . . ? Hey LW keep on dnmiming.
Hing ZZA, MAMA, Mel, Leo, Len-
dog, MD, CH, BP, RS, MR, Go Bru-
ins # 8 Sir Yes Sir, Good luck '90
Andrea Ann Amonte
Today is all I have, no one can keep
me from using it wisely, and if I can
make the best of today, tomorrow can
be even better. Mom and Dad thanx
you're the best. Daddy you'll always
be "The wind beneath my wings" JM
BB MC NA AO JB JC SM PH LC 143
Bobby rU Miss You!
"The glory is not in never failing, but
in rising every time you fail." Atti-
tash — Brad, Field Hockey, crystal,
windy Gap '89, History Geeks,
GGTOCP, JT concert. Young Life,
Spain '88, Thanks SM for always be-
ing there! Thanks friends and family
for all the memories! Good Luck!
The finest kind of friendship is be-
tween people who expect a great deal
of each other but never ask it. BC,
SH, GK, and "Dave", . . . poor truck
. . . Three hundred and eighty dol-
lars, you have got to be kidding me! I
guess you had to be there.
"Maybe someday we will find that it wasn't really
wasted time." Maria & Sharon (B.F!) Lisa — BB
camp '88 (B + M), Ireland '89, "Scotts", Chelsea!
M.G. — "Can I have the most? what?" Surveil-
lance . . . Foley? Steve C. (Cott), Mike + Kristine,
S. 88, B.F. CB (SMEK), M.D. Thanks Ms. D!
"T"'s Class (G, T, A) Thanks Mom + Dad ILY!
(F, B, M)
Karen Jane Balcam
"Today well lived makes every yes-
terday a dream of happiness and ev-
ery tomorrow a vision of hope" York
Beach, UGMO IBTC, Karyn Menn,
Mr. Dealer. Studmuffin and the
crumbs. Oh Wait . . . Boing. She
needs to get . . . Slide across Otis
Street. Love to all my friends.
Thanks Mum, Dad, Deb
Brian "If you love someone set them
free. If they come back, it was meant
to be. If not, it was never really
yours." Remember us Always Mick
remember the talks, walks. Hello . . .
sometimes. Thanks to all my friends,
I love you Mom, Dad, Christie, Lau-
rie, Mick, Brian, Jen, Erik.
To Ken, Mulley, Les, Hanney, Maca,
Paco, Toto, and Devin, "I DON'T'
CARE" it's only the Jimmy! —
"Rack Em' Jackson!" Thanks for ev-
erything Mom, Dad, and Tony.
Time spent in laughter is well invest-
ed. (E-period) Best wishes to every-
nickname — Chuck
Thanks to the people, Ben, Bri's, Jay,
Beth, Laur, Mer's, Waldo, Kris,
Chris, R.P., J.S., N.P., Josh, Dan, Ed,
Ken, Fred, Mom and Dad. Ras, Rock,
Penel, Tarr, I'm cryin' in the corner.
Barbara Ann Blake
"No one can make you feel inferior
without your consent." — E. Roose-
Denise, remember "cruisin' " the VIS
Erica, stick "with the band!"
Good luck Jude, Jenn, Lizzie, Tracey,
Colleen, Jessica, John, Andrea and
Megan -I- RJ
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Steven, thank you for "all the flow-
I love you!
Jennifer Jean Barry
Hey young world, the world is yours.
— Slick Rick
Thanks Olbar, Andrea, Naomi, Kelly, Judy, Ral-
phie, Barbara, Tracy, Erica, Both Lauries, Mark,
Brando, Denise, Mom + Steve. Jeremy — I'm
very proud of you Hon, I LOVE YOU! Womp,
Bit? Summer '89, Supasnake, Caseys Party —
Holy! Wookinpanub, OK, Keep on movin', C-YA!
Sharon Lynn Baynes
Field Hockey, una, 4-wheelin, gigolo,
spanky, Mexico '88, Ern more ses-
sions, surveillance, G-wood (KD),
Bonernose, 34 V2, Bounty, skiing '89,
ahshoopu, 4-5 kids — noon'll know,
Middlebury — dirty dancing, M9-16,
Plungers, I know! "It takes a long
time to grow an old friend" Thanx
Tricia, Steve, Katie, Marie, Marga-
ret, Tori. Love U M & D.
Jennifer Susan Beal
"NO try not. Do or do not. There is no
try." Seize the Day! Japan — memo-
ries and experiences to last a lifetime.
"To earn the appreciation of honest
critics and endure the betrayal of
false friends; to find the best in oth-
ers; to know even one life has
breathed easier because you have
lived. This is to have succeeded."
Jason Patrick Bologna
Regardless of your ability, use what
talents you have — for the woods
would be very silent if no birds sang
there except those that sang the best.
Star island and Devils Gulch, Kenne-
bunkport. What's wrong with the
dog? Young Guns, SUCKER
PUNCH, G.S — P.T -N.V — CM —
OUie, Among others Meaning of life is
a series of dogs. Sympatico. Thanks
to the Norm. Special thanks to Mr.
"T" this philosophy.
Nothin' can change what must arrive
now. It's time to face what lies ahead.
The future, a time in which we are
unfamiliar. So remember there ain't
nothin' left to do but SMILE,
SMILE, SMILE. To the class of 1990
enjoy the show.
Gail Susan Boroski
Thanx Jen M (BFF) Katie C, JK, GS,
EK, I love ya! Shore "85-89" what a
night. Large Marge, Jerry "Hog",
"McSuper" put your face down! CW,
MG "I'm laughing hysterically right
now" (KM) "New Wave Dave"
"You've changed" (KM), "The
Cure", My family including Jeff
thanx!! I love you.
Joanne Lynn Bosse
To all I've met, to all my friends ... I
hope our memories will never end.
Remember: the summer of '89, Flor-
ida bound, sunroofs, Lazell,
WCHB'S, Cruisin', Eyeballs on your
fingers?? Ooh that smell, The Gold
Book. Thanxs Katie, Maura, Rachel,
Sue, Cara, Susann, Stacey. Thanx
Mom and Dad 143
Glenn Arthur Bourdon
Don't let life pass you by, always take
Tracy Jeanne Boyko
"Remember the good times, forget the bad times"
"When I see you again" — FM "Sodikin", "Fodi-
kin", "Slacking", "Florida 88' " (JM) "Cape 88"
(SD) "Thanks Cheryl for everything", "you're a
true friend", "Western" "North Beach" "Parties"
"Summer 87' " "BC" "MCO" "Get a job" "Oh,
Stop" "Collage" "Fleetwood Mac 88" "It's been a
great year" "Thanks, JM, JB (SODIKA) EC, CC,
BB, JM. "Good luck everyone" "Thanx Mom and
Jessica Holt Bradeen
Don't say good-bye, just say see ya!
Golan don't forget the spot!! Main
ST. run . . . MLO, EG. Kenny, why
am I so Hingham? Hey Glaudia you
Sordica. WEYMIT! I would. The
dead 7/2/89 thanks Tom. Golleen,
Barbara, Judy, Ghandley, Maura,
Denise I Love You
Do you see what I see, truth is an
offense, your silence for your confi-
dence. Do you hear what I hear?
Doors are slamming shut. Limit your
imagination, keep you where they
must. Do you feel what I feel? Bitter-
ing distress, who decides what you ex-
press? Do you take what I take? En-
durance is the word. Moving back in-
stead of forward seems to be absurd.
David T. Buxton
"Gow is givin Kerosene, I can't read
at 17, the words I know are all ob-
scene but, it's all right." Grash, The
Dead, The Bear, The Dead, white tai-
lin', PF — what a unit, the Dead,
slam, shauly — the little girly man,
The Dead, Gon-z, "get off me", 95 in
a 40, £md of course The Dead. Glass o'
90 — fare ye well!!
Diane Marie Buxton
Di, Di-Agnes, Dionne
Just one thing I ask of you, just one
thing for me, never forget you knew
my name, my darlin', Sugaree. NEV-
ER FORGET — HOMESTEAD,
BOBBY BYRNES, THE FAMILY,
KG'S BASH, THE GAPE, IRE-
LAND '89, JERRY, WHA — BOG,
TRAFFIG JAM, TOM. BEST
FRIENDS — TM GO JL LM CH RS
BH LS TC LW JP. I LOVE YOU
GUYS! — SHAKE IT, SHAKE IT!!
"May the best of your past be the
worst of your future." GHE, Ghester
only has eyes for you . . . Green jelly-
bean. Floridian Six. Ganada. Sum-
mer '89. GJ MS KA. Thanx Mom and
Sean. I LOVE YOU GHRISTINE.
Melanie Lee Brooks
Do not follow where the path leads.
Rather go where there is no path.
And leave a trail.
Filene's Smokey! $8.99 please "oo-o"
Softball Nantucket U MASS 7/17/89
7-11 "Let's play Vietnam" — Jen
Christine Pauline Ames Jen Wade
Andy Mags TA Thanks for every-
thing Bill! Thanks Mom and Dad I
love you! Good Luck Joe!
Nicole Malina Buba
Listen to the MUSN'TS, Child,
Listen to the DON'TS
Listen to the SHOULDN'TS
The IMPOSSIBLES the WON'TS
Listen to the NEVER HAVES
Then listen close to me —
Anything can happen, child,
ANYTHING can be.
RH, LAX, Skinny Dippin — TT, Cooney —
MICK! — Em's Sex Ed — Barbies — Reese's
WHAT? 6 Guys — Water Winger — Love you
tons M, D, T, S!
Benjamin W. Budde
Thanks to Everyone; Bri. Liz. Emma.
Steph. Lau. Faith. Hallett. Hugh and
Sue. M.K. Kirs, and Kris. Mike B's.
Stan H. Ler. Jaimie. AJ. Kim. Cor-
nell, Harvard (Liz). JAB. Mer and
Kris. Impressions. Sara. Karen.
R.F.R. FRIEDBURG Stacey. Carey.
Court and Steph. TARREN —
BETH — Oh, MY HEAD!!
Chandley Allison Burrell
"AN OBSTACLE IS SOMETHING
YOU SEE WHEN YOU TAKE
YOUR EYES OFF YOUR GOAL."
Saranac '88, Loon '89, Florida '89 —
BBK, standard driving, "Oh wait
Boing!" I'll miss you Bil! Thanks to
all my great friends, for all the best
times. Thanks Mom and Dad for all
your love, trust and support!
Julie Welch Caldwell
Julia, Jules, Jeeves
"The world is a looking glass, and
gives back to every man the reflection
of his own face." William Makepeace
Thackery, Two vertical ducks,
"beautiful rendition of . . . ", Yuletide
choir, compulsive liars.
Charles F. Cambell
The BUD-Y-Z, The Rocks and many
tuff mornings. It's not whether you
win or lose, it's how hard you party
after the game. "Don't mess with
Blue Thunder" "There's nothin left
to do but smile." Lisa, "Lean on me"
Thanks Mom & Dad. "Football"
Laurie Ann Campbell
Freedom at last!! Gwen, thanks for
being there through the good and bad
times. Love you Mom, Dad, Donnie,
Buz, Tom, Brian, Caitlin, Greg, Aly-
sia. Thanks Lisa! Laurie, Jenn —
Beach!! Zachy, Larry, Michelle. Dar-
ren, although we're far apart, I
couldn't have gotten through this
year without you. I love You!
Kathleen Ann Cannon
"We are young, despite the years we
are concerned, we are hope despite
the times" -REM, Spain '88, the
shorts — everyday, compulsive liars,
Ode to E . . . , surprise parties, clones,
Nerds, Yultide choir, REM parking
lot. "It was all good until you cattie."
Parents can only give good advice or
put them on the right paths, but the
final forming of the persons character
lies in their own hands. Parties —
mine, Elaine's, Vineyard — thanks
Mike, PH, KA, PH, EG, LS, AO, MR,
Mom and Tina, Thanks I love you.
Victor S. Cappella
"Sadder still to watch it die than nev-
er to have known it. For you — the
blind who once could see — the bell
tolls for thee ..." N.P. Special
thanks to Mom, Dad, Chris, Noelle.
Family and friends. Here's to Derrr
Joe, music, shredding and anything
else I forgot or couldn't fit.
Patrick Robert Carnes
Life is not a problem to be solved, it
is a mystery to be lived!
Brian M. Carney
"Nothing that is worth knowing can
be taught." The Truck RIP "Great
day for literature" THE MEN D.O.
S.H. G.K. J.A. G.W. G.J. That's com-
mon knowledge." JEN A.C. C (C, C,
C, R) BIL S.G. Vermont 89 "But
what can you do?" (Nothing) Beach
Volleyball (Lex Lugar) Never say
Eric Richard Chalmers
Soccer — Backs rule get up! "Let's go
Baaaacks" "Why is it always the
Big Red — Earth lobster, snake, goat,
rabbit, Red, Double, Hingham,
Saint Francis — GA, EBIL, DANO
Grif — Don Q Worlds End Row Boat
Don't scratch the paint
Florida — Space Mt. Miniature Golf
and free movies.
Jim, Dueblees, Double Dragon
"When it comes to me there's no com-
parison . . . And if you try to be me it's
quite embarrassing." BUD-Y-Z . . .
The Rocks . . . Southie Runs . . . Yeah
Shaun Dann good kid . . . Triple
Towers . . . SKATS — Dead 89 . . .
Football #74 . . . Hanover Movies???
. . . More ice than water . . . "YEAH
Hey! . . . Hurro! . . . Hola! . . . Hoy!
Good luck: Life, Love, Laughter.
Ouch — 143 — KF. Can't I have some
fun? We got more work to do. Pax.
Carpe Purple. Silhouettes. Spectru-
mites. Teen Angel, GBYSO, CTY,
Andover, MASP. Dare to be true. DJ
QNC. N'est-ce pas?
"True friends are hard to come
Thanks Mom, Dad, West Corner
Crew. If I could do it all over again, I
wouldn't. MaDonne De Luce festi-
vals. Pass the smelly cheese. 5 legged
shrew. Hairy Belafonte. Trips to
John's pond. Batman at Hanover.
"Always expect more of yourself.
Never be satisfied with what you
have accomplished." "Revolution all
across the land, just like a slide you
got to take a stand, please don't hurt
nobody or knock 'em down, give 'em a
helping hand to get up off the
ground." — CLAPTON S.R.H.K.D.
Deborah Concepta Carr
Thanks to all of my family and
friends for all that you have given me
throughout the years. I will always
remember you BL, LT, SH, CL, GZ,
JC, SD, DS, NB, KR. The memories
will last a lifetime. Ire, Eng, Sewd,
USSR, 88', 89'. All the best to every-
Andrea Patricia Cataldo
"The two hardest things to handle in
life are failure and success." Oh Wait
... Boing! (PTB), Scituate? Men,
Joel! GGTCP, "You crazy Houligan,
YA!" Russia '89 (Hawk), Firewood
Kate? "A muffin ya mean!" Loon —
To my friends thanx guys! I love ya!
Thanx M + D I love you!
Daniel Charles Claffey
Locin' after dark, oosle me a dip,
pumpkin down 3A, snowballin' on
the wall, Axel Foley . . . stupid, Boot
on the roof, remember that Saturday
at Lennie's, '89 stickball World Se-
ries, Sega in Frank's room, Blaze at
Hersey, racoon hunting at Wompa-
tuck, this is a real good time.
We're finally Seenours!! Remember:
July 2, 1989, Dead, Field Hockey,
Boots made for walkin, Bradeen ND
BC BF MIA MLO, that suede hat,
Peg 4-wheelin, IHOP, Blake I'm with
the band. Miss you all: Judy, Tracy,
Caitlin, Peg, Barbara, Jess, Chand-
ley. Barb, Mike, Chuck, Shaun,
Benji, Lisa, Lisi and especially Whe-
lan, and Colleen.
James Donald Coleman
Schostakowitch 5, Brahms 4, Dvorak
8 & 9, Mahler 6, Brahms 1 (principal
viola) California 88, Italy 89, Sym-
phony Hall, Elvi, Washington DC,
Thanks to: Friends, the bus, AR, CO,
HS, GB, SB, JH, LR, Gillian, Mom,
Dad, Granma. "Two roads diverged
in a woods and I, I took the road less
traveled by." — Robert Frost
Jerome Charles Collins
"Knowledge is king so always remem-
ber to do the right thing" TD, JC, BF,
JP, DG, AR, MF, TR, LM, CC, LD,
JM, MS, MG, PH, MC, RS AND I'd
also like to send a special shout out to
the class of 1990, keep on moving
Aimee, and Chris — New York "89!" Graduation
Hawaii. "I'd rather laugh with the sinners and cry
with the saints!" Thanks to: Chris, Aimee, Bob,
Amy, Andrea, Kelly, Paula, Jim! Darlene — "the
all nighter" Andrea "tall men" Bob and family, I
love you! Chris I'll never forget you — Steve Mill-
er — See Ya!
Laurie Ann Conners
Thanx Mom, Dad, Mike, Kelly, Lau-
rie, Mal3Tida, Andrea, Jenn, Gwen. I
Love you all! Gooey thanx for being
there when I needed a friend. Good
luck in New Hampshire I'll miss ya!
Friends forever no matter where we
are Kelly & Amy No search party this
summer. Beach 89.
Jeremy Scott Cook
Thanks to Mrs. Walsh and Mr. Mac-
Leod and special thanks to my girl-
friend Jennifer, I couldn't have done
it without you, "I love you!"
Cathleen Mary Costello
These are the times to remember
for they will not last forever:
friends — memories — EF
The loft . . . party favors . . . GG TCP
stud muffin and the crumbs . . . snoo-
sweet potatoes ... all sports night . . .
the wolf . . . cayl . . . Humarock (4th
Russia/Sweden 89 (Hawk)
I Love You Grandpa
Thanks Mom and Dad
What have you got to lose?? Go for it!
L.B.I. 1989 Whaat a night! Large
Marge! Questions! Der column: Man
gets struck on head and causes brain
damage . . . oops I pooped. Greg.
Kitchen dixs. MG I'm hysterically
laughing right now! Thanks Jen, Gail,
Ms. Gordon. Buh-Bye
Rick, don't forget the cornfields, the
fence, July 2, 1989 and the stream.
Jes, can I borrow your Cummings
charge? I'll never forget Erica, Jessi-
ca, Tracey, Judy and Barbara. Jery,
who's Eileen? "Won't you look down
upon me sweet Jesus" J.T. A special
thanx to Pete, I'll never forget you!
"A friend is one who comes in when
the whole world has gone out" Ames
"There's your boyfriend!", Jen "The
big L", Mel "Whoops!" Pauline — of
the streets, Beal "bobo", Keegs "Pea-
nut in a sea of marbles — " ode, and
Mags — BOING A DOINGER!!
Thanks for the good times class of
Sarah Elizabeth Cook
Don't look back in anger. Don't look ahead in fear.
Just take it as it comes. 'Till it comes in clear.
Remember f. hockey, lax, sink, not in the shower,
Paige St., my dingaling, LITE, 4 wheelin, the fish
are jumping high, I know exactly where I am.
Good times & the best of friends. Only you D.D.
Thanx and tons of love Mom, Dad & Holly
Jennifer Anne Cooney
No chance for a second chance
When the arrows start to fly,
No way is there an easy way,
To say goodbye.
No dream is ever lost
If you never cease to try
They tell me I had a good time.
Luv ya Mom, Dad, Molly, Joe, and
Tracy Lyn Cornell
"Kicking around on a piece of ground
in your hometown. Waiting for
one or something to show you the
way." Summer of '88 . . . Family! Re-
member: friendship lasts forever.
Elaine thanks for everything. Love to
Mom and Mere --Dad wish you were
here, and Brian I love you.
Catherine Ann Cortese
"Cherish yesterday, dream of tomorrow, and live
today!" — Saranac '88, GG TCP, Slam and Bang,
Windy Gap '89, Mt. Snow, Ninja Movies, Hockey
games, "look there's Boston," GH parties, lax,
Love and thanx to Mom and Dad, Tony, Little,
and good friends — CR, BC, GW. "Always and
forever" — Thanx Gregg 3/24/89 I LOVE YOU!
Good Luck everyone.
Stacey Ann Cusack
Space, Stah, Leathuh
"When you've seen beyond yourself
— then you may find, peace of mind,
is waiting there" — George Harrison
Remember: Virginia, Tennessee, Ju-
nior Prom, "Carrie likes Cucum-
bers!" "Later!", Cruisin Nantasket,
"What happened to my mass ap-
peal?" Thanks Carrie, Katie, Joanne,
Sue, Josh, Laura Mike^ M.K, Katie,
Liz, Mike Pridham, Thanks for ev-
erything! But wait, I'm not done yet
Benjamin P. Cutler
Come Mothers and Fathers through-
out the land. Don't criticize what you
can't understand, your sons and
daughters are beyond your command
... for the times, they are a-changin'
MHBTD Let's hook a splat!! Scituate
Crow point Late Night. We just went
to my van to . . . Midnight at
Edmond Augustine Daly
This is great, this is awesome.
Take some advice
Do this, do that
My drinking hat: 49ers forever
Dead, Stones, Neil Young '89
"May you be in heaven a half an hour
before the devil knows you're dead."
Shaun Gaudet Dann
I know a place by the name of Doi
Didi, its awful small but its awful
pretty, its not a town and its not a city
Doi Doi Didi. BUD — Y-Z the rocks,
football #20, White Lightnin,
Southie Run , Meadowlands, Fox-
boro. Pipe down there Pally, Oueeh!
YEY — BOY
Macadamia Nuts, Plungers?! Deplor-
able, Ixtapa '88, Georgie "Mia — I
need help." ABC — 123, Dr. Mags,
Bil-Firewood? Kim, "Am I invited?"
Texasdent^ "Go ahead hit me!" MG,
SB, MH, AC, AW, JC, PM, ES, TE,
Luce, Bounty Buddies: "In my heart
you will remain forever young"
Thanks M + D
Susan Elizabeth Dempsey
"Life is too short to waste, so smile
and enjoy it!" Summer 89, Lazell St,
Cruisin' HB patrol, SUNROOF!! gua-
vawbc "my head's stuck!" Maura —
ZZZZ Floridabound! Suuuuuuuuue.
Also cldsdckemrresmltgzjc. Maureen
F/F! Skating. Thanks Fran! Mom &
Dad. 143 Good Luck Everyone!
"If you think I'm kidding, you missed
the nightly news" — "snow" — Giles
who?" "Who's parents are away?" —
"that's the radio not the lighter" —
"vanillaromaodatoyota" — "Well ba-
sically ... it started!" — "it's Friday
night, shouldn't you be doing your
Jill Charlotte DiMartinis
"The most completely lost of all days
is the one on which we have not
laughed." What the? ... Cut it out . . .
new & different . . . concerts . . . affro-
mania Spain '88 ... we definitely
missed something ... All my friends:
Thanks for the laughs! Mom and
Dad, Thanks for always being there
for me. I LOVE YOU!
Kelley Lynn Emery
I'll never forget the good times and
friends I've had in High School. Mi-
chelle — Remember "our debates",
N.B., McD's, and G.D.C. Lisa — Live
for aerobics. Thanks for being there
— MF, RE, SC, SM, GJ, LC, and MB.
Thanks Mom & Dad you guys are the
John Michael Emler
Who are these people? Straightedge
in your face! Thanks to all who made
my sequel fun. To all who hindered
me, watch your backs! Freshmen
Harvest! Don't try to force your opin-
ions on me! I hope I forget most of
"Hitch your wagon to a star" Emer-
son. F.H. camp, the veranda. Big
Shoe Dance, snacks, candy canes, no
more hoods!, Go ahead hit me! Steve
Miller, Thank you Mom, Dad, Paige,
Ingrid. I love you Bob. Thanks for the
times, Maria, Katie, Sharon, Pauline.
The years may come and go, but the
memories will last forever. Thanks
Rach, Moe, Jo, Jenno, Kelley, Mi-
chelle and Joe. What's a negatively
charged particle? ... Oh that smell,
Charlie's Angels, The Negative Zone,
"I WIN!". Summer '89 Braintree,
Grow like the wind! SD, NK, DW,
KR, SC, CC. METALLICA! Sucker
Punch, QCM's. I Love You Alan,
thanks for everything. Thanks Mom
Lisa Marie Doty
Dotes, Doty, Dodo, Lisa
Em & Barb (BFA)/Florida '89/PA-B-
BALL C.'88 (B&M)/CK, AT, CB,
KC, CC, SD, MM, JC, BP Ireland
'89/DNDF/Cott/The "Bury'VB —
"But did you get the beers? "/F.H. &
B.B. & LAX/Thanks for your love &
support Mom & Dad, ILY/Chuck —
3/6/87, "Lean on me", ID, Good ones,
Matador — I love you.
Robert B. Dunphy
Mustang GT 86-87 Smoke 'em! Emily
I.L.Y. /Skiing 88-89 Summer '89/
Mom & Dad, I told you I'd make it!
Mark Arthur Durling
"It's the end of the world as we know
it and I feel fine" R.E.M, Thanks
Mom and Dad, Son Village Toronto,
Washington DC, We are strangers in
a strange land passing on to a greater
reward than this world can give us.
See ya all later.
Brian Edward Falvey
"You can pick your nose and you can
pick your friends, but you can't pick
your friend's nose." To everyone I
know, (EF, NR, MK, LM, MH, LS,
CC, EO, RB), I had a blast, thanks!
Thanks Trace, you only made it bet-
ter, and always will, I.L.Y. ! And of
course. Thanks Mom and Dad.
Holly Spence Fisher
Now and again you want to hang your
head down and cry Go ahead, but re-
member that tomorrow you can hold
your head high and forget yesterday.
— George Sand
Maura Anne Flatley
Well guys, this is it! Jo, Sue, Rachel,
Cara, Katie — Thanks! "Pet Seme-
tary", Sunroof, Florida '90, Charlie's
Angels, Negative Zone, negatively
charged particles!? Sue . . . ZZZ.
"Ooh that smell", "Flo", WCHB's, I
WIN!! Thanks Mom & Dad. To ev-
eryone else: JL, KE, MR, SC, LM,
CC, JC, and class of 1990!
John Ferguson Fleming
"The direction in which education
starts a man will determine his future
life." Good luck! (RM, JT, MF, MT,
TG, ED, DB) special thanks to Mom
and Dad "Let the good times roll"
Michael Shariff Fredie
"Look not mournfully into the past;
it comes not back again." Good luck
class of '90.
"I sound my barbaric yawp over the
rooftops of the world." Thank you to
Mom, Dad, friends and everyone else
who has helped me through high
school, and made these four years as
great as they were.
"We made it this far, let's take it the
rest of the way in style." To my cruise
coozie Barbara, I love you! Jeanie,
Jessica, Tracey, Erica, Judie, Matt —
I love you guys Thanks to the Blakes,
JC, AR, and HS Never will forget the
Spade M.C. Thanxs M + D, I miss
Jessica Ann Goldsberry
This is the time to remember, 'cause
it will not last forever. These are the
days to hold on to, 'cause we won't
although we'll want to. — BJ.
GGTCP, Jenn's party, Florida, they
need to get ... , PTB, Mr. Dealer, we
saw cows, now where was I, . . . swim-
ming! Exactly. Love ya Mom, Dad
Matthew L. Goldsmith
Thomas E. Gonsalves
Thanks to ray parents, Patty, Dave,
John, Mike, Matt, Rob, workcamp,
the Basketball team. The Dead and
Stones, The Dunk 3pts and that I dis-
covered after all these years true
knowledge is experienced through
life and not Books.
Johnathan David Garrison
Jule, You're the inspiration. Bruce,
thanks 1/100. Anti-obsession, Pro-
alertness, Anti-stupidity, Pro-posi-
tive thinking. STRAIGHT EDGE.
Yankees, "if there is anything vir-
tuous, lovely, or of good report, or
praiseworthy see these things." Sear-
chin' for the light. — Old school —
Semper Fi — DTX RISE ABOVE!
The bottle stood empty, as it was
filled before. Times there was a plen-
ty but from that cup no more. Al-
though I could not caution all, I still
might warn a few. Don't lend your
hand to save no flag atop no ship of
fools. Remember the family (You
know who you are!)
Randy, Skatta Ratta, Skats
BUD-Y-Z / The Rocks — Trople —
Poundation Foundation — UMAS —
"Crow Point Dance" — M.C REN —
CATALINA — Soccer, It's not how
you play the game, it's how many
times you slide — tackle. Strapped
with a GAT — M.G., C.C, J.C, S.D.,
Dubles, Gator, M.W., B.P., BACK
RULE — Let's hurt some people.
J.M., No Fat Chicks!!
"Spent a little time on a mountain
Spent a little time on a hill
Things went down we don't under-
But in time I think we will."
Katie, Sharon, Mike, Patricia, Mar-
What?, Weenieroast, Texasdent
Four or five kids — no one would
Thanks Mom, Dad and Matthew — I
Emily W. Greenlaw
Lisa & Barb (B.F.A.) Ali, Caitie,
Cherie & Tom/D.N.D.F./ Robbie 11/
24/88 I.L.Y. Skiing 88-89 Summer
89/L.L.O.S.S. Florida 89 O.M.U.S.P.
CHEETS! Mom & Dad I.L.Y. You
are the best! I miss you Matt!
Gail E. Gregoire
I'm Searching for Narnia . . . Riding
the Wind, Russians, Silent Tan-
trums, Myke, Dragons, Choral Spec-
trum Rules! Thanks Dr. C. la, la, la,
USSR '89, Gerbil! Festival, Love
You, Sarah, James, Ed, Carson, Ben,
Mike, Chris, It's All Come Together,
Thanks, Mom and Dad.
Daniel Scott Griffith
If you know your History, you would
know where I'm coming from and
then you would not have to ask me,
"who the 'ell I think I am." The stal-
lion rides again. Thank Mom & Jim
Johnathan Winslow Hall
Life is like a "Rainbows End" if you
just "Live and LET Live" To find
that pot of gold and let nothing
"Steal Your Dreams" Thanks to ev-
eryone who Helped me through High
School, it was well needed. See you all
Colleen Beth Hans
Thanks Di and T for being good
friends and sticking with me. I love
you mom and Brian for being there
when I needed you. Good luck to all
Margaret P. Healey
MG KD BF CC MB PM AC EO JO —
luv ya! You have to take life as it hap-
pens, but you should try to make it
happen the way you want to take it.
Thanx Sharon & Mike — I love you
guys! With 10 miles behind me and
10,000 more to go. 143 Mom John
Maura Jane Healey
"I've conquered my past. The future
is here at last, I stand at the entrance
to a new world I can see" — U2 MG
AC MB PM CC SH KD TA TB JB
CC EC SB, Katie Costello Pauline —
Wanna get a lunch? PMSC — Beach-
way '89, four-wheelin' — Field Hock-
ey '89 To PC JL LM I love you Thanx
Mom — I L Y
Sarah Elisabeth Heap
Thanks to my friends and "Windsor
Drive". Thanks Mom, Dad, Kirsten
and family — (MMPC) I love you
guys! Thanks for everything Gregory,
Good Luck Brian Field Hockey OCL
'89 Good Luck '90!
Friends come and go, but memories
last forever. Remember the good and
forget the bad. — Koozie crew for-
ever. Kev.D, SD, Van, SD, Dave, Bob
D., Ace, Tiny, Lendog, Gargs, I love U
TA, AB07, Hey "T", "Party at my
house", "The Budmobile", I did it
Mom, Mac, and Dano
Lynn Fay Hansberry
"It is when we forget ourselves that
we do things that are most remem-
Rebecca Mariette Harris
"Carpe diem" — The Dead Poet's
Society. Webby — Who squashed
Roger Rabbit? the Cape, mudslides,
waterfalls, optional stop lights. Zacci
— "Hey Caldwell, you're handsome!
family feud, combat zone, ducks, etc.
Thanks to all my friends and of
course Mom and Dad.
Carrie Ann Hickey
Discounts at Marshalls
. . . "I didn't." Long trips to the bath-
room. Brian 143. "I've had it since
7th grade" Ronna Bill Larry Todd
Mike Jenno Diane.
Sean William Hogan
We're all islands in an open sea. What
makes us different, you and me?
Son Village, orchestra. Drama, Eu-
rope, Remember joys as well as sor-
rows. For they build memories which
last a lifetime.
Life is like time; when it's over it
can't be changed.
"Rien ne vaut son chez sio!" Thank
you family and friends
Cara Elizabeth Hewlett
"Friends may come and go, but
memories will last forever." Remem-
ber the summer of '89 — Lazell
Street, the sunroof, Chester, guavas,
WCHB's, Star Market, JB's driving
and Florida! Thanks SD, KR, JB, MF
(FLO), SC, LM. Good Luck class of
Gregory Joseph Hren
I woke to a robin singing outside my
window. A thick layer of dew hung
tight to the ground. A ray of sunlight
escaped from the distant hills and
struck my window. For a beautiful
woman lay next. Having faith I
turned my face and smiled. Her name
Thanks to SH, PH, DC, AO, AA, KA,
MC, MB, SUE, Best friends forever!!
David did you say "party?"
Mark and Kelly, allnighter — Bos-
ton. "Beach" Soul Too Soul, Mom
and Dad I love you. Tina good luck,
hang in there.
Pam, can I have a haul? The End.
Thanks to my friends for the past and
good luck for the future. Keep in
touch. "I'll keep this world from
draggin' me down, gonna stand my
ground." — Tom Petty
Gwen Erica Johnson
On the edge never look back, never
look down and don't give up! I finally
made it Mike, thanks for your help
and patience, I couldn't have done it
without you. I Love you! Laurie and
Laurie, good luck with life always re-
member the good times. Thanks
Mom and Dad, Love Ya
Zach, the Doctor
"Let there be songs to fill the air"
Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, concerts
a salute to Brent "What a long
strange trip it's been" It's been fun
while it lasted "I guess it doesn't mat-
ter anyway" "Nothing left to do but
smile, smile, smile" Cinq, father,
Laurie, Bryan, Thanks Mom + Dad
"Walk on if your walking even if its
an uphill climb, try to remember that
work is no crime, just don't let them
take your wasted time." J.T.
Michael E. Kaye
There the house stands proud and
tall — thinking, wondering, will he
fall? As he searches the world for
something profound — Answers of
life, will they be found? Only the
master can foresee what is to become
Gretchen Elizabeth Jakub
"The biggest mistake you can make is
to beheve you're working for some-
one else." . . . "My car's getting too
wide!" ... "I don't have any money!"
. . . CC, AM, SO, TN, SS, LP, Mum
and Dad thanks, 1 love you all . . .
"quoi que je fasse, ou que je sois, rien
ne s'efface, je pense a toi."
Jennifer Ann Keegan
"Catch your dreams before they slip
away" — MJ. Get the . . . out, PTB,
oh wait boing, YA! GGTCP, party fa-
vors, walkapuke, Mr. Dealer, men
wild thing, look there's Boston, Joel,
Ranch House, IBTC, crazy Houligan,
Toby Dead, We saw cows. She needs
to get the big L, Florida — To all my
friends — I love you guys. Thanks
The smallest storm can be perceived
as a hurricane, I guess. Field Hockey
86-89, Can I have some Ibuprofin?
Jen & Gail You wanna go to the Town
Forest? Thank you Alison, Cheri,
Lisa, Barb, Emi. Up for any 4-whee-
lin Erica? Thanks Mom & Dad. Oh
yeah Dad thanks for "my" Jeep.
YOU GUYS HOLD ON.
Joseph Robert Kennedy
Quebuslava, Shirley, Hose
"Hands perform, and hands respond.
Hands gesture, and hands respond. A
show of ears and eyes, a show of
hearts and minds. A show of hands."
NO MULLEY, I'M NOT HAVIN' A
GIG . . . JARRIN WITH CARNES
. . . LES, HOW MANY TIMES?,
BLUEBERRY YOGURT? . . .
GOLF IN THE RAIN GRIFF? . . .
JOEY, CAN GEEKO HOOK US?,
"THE CHARM" . . . AJ, HIT THE
TOILET NEXT TIME . . . HANNY,
"A LONG HAIRED BEARDED
GRUB BALL" . . . MACA, THE
WAGONS COMIN TO A HALT,
Elizabeth Dee Kilmartin
Let's have a chat!
Thank you for always being there
MM, AR, JP, and Higs. Good luck
everyone: IS, LP, ML, MK. LH, AL,
MB, EC, BB "Here lies my past.
Good-bye I have kissed it; thank you
kids, I wouldn't have missed it." Og-
A man in black on a snow white horse,
a pointless life has run it's course.
The red rimmed eyes, the tears still
run as he fades into the setting sun.
— Pink Floyd
Garrett James Kletjian
"I've seen fire and I've seen rain; I've
seen a sunny day that I thought
would never end." O'Jonny, 73 in a
30; oops!! Rollover. Shelby, the Pup,
the bird, the nada, the Gogster,
Miles, the Mack. The Men.
Obviously you've never been in Nam.
Thank you Mom, Dad and Andria.
Katherine Angela Knab
Cata, K^ Half-Pint, Etak, Ivana
"Success is never measured by the
size of your wallet, but only but the
size of your heart." YIELD! KATE'S
COMING! Don't mess with the land-
owner! Did Jr Prom really happen?
Cop with mustache. Duck! Hmmm
. . . what could THAT mean?
Friends, I love you all! Mom, I won't
let you down, I love you very much!
ml^^^OBIIt^i ' '/t^lff^lESmL
Matthew James Laughlin
Matt, Splat, Loff
"You only start losing when you stop
trying" Schmisics, Mr. Backstop,
Nay Macbeth, Pretty quick coach,
"Peter Lucey, will you please make a
block!" Hardwood floor. Kidneys,
The hole in the chest gang, UNI-
BROW, LABATAGE, HARDY
FUDGE FACTOR, The B.G.'s Julio,
Bju'ry emd Willie.
Daniel Jonathan Leahy
"Now will you tell us you've been too
long at school. That knowledge is not
needed, that power does not rule.
That war is not the answer, that
young men should not die. Sit down
young stranger I wait for your reply."
— Gordon Lightfoot
Andrew Ward Leary
"Live every moment as if it were your
last . . . then hope it isn't"
^^^^^Bll 1 il^^^^^^^B
Hi to everybody, especially to all ex-
These are four awesome months! I
hope to come back soon and see all of
you again. TSCHUpi Isabelle Kobbe
Cecily Farren Kovatch
Cec, Cecilia, Bubba
Nothing great was ever achieved
Thanks for the inspiration!
Charles Edward Krastin
"If you got something that fills your
life, fills the space, but deep down
inside you know it ain't right, don't
ever give up hope. There's something
out there and all you have to do is just
hold on and believe."
Cheryl Ann Langill
If an unkind word appears, file the
If some scoffer jeers, file the thing
If some bit of gossip comes, file the
A scandalous and spicy crumb, file
the thing away
Do this for a little while, and then go
out and burn the file.
Mary Kate LeCam
M.K., Muk, Genie, Auntie M . . . K
"To laugh often and much; to win the
respect of intelligent people; . . . (to)
endure the betrayal of false friends;
to know even one life has breathed
easier because you have lived. This is
to have succeeded."
— R. W. Emerson
Thank you — "Herbert", "Jane"
"Up home" and "A cast of thou-
Michael J. Lennon
The only way to really learn is
through personal experience. So
don't be afraid to do something new
or different. ABSOLUTE, AB07, To
the Koozie Crew, Let's go Jar some!
Maw -I- Paw, I rubbed a lamp and it
MuUey . . . Strills, you DID! — Roy
Thompson . . . you got any Q.P.'S? —
Joey . . . you workin' one? — Maca . . .
tell me like it is — Ken ... I didn't
leave the skippies in your yard! —
Mom and Dad thanks for everything
— "It's just a dream"
Peter Michael Lucey
Pet, Tania, Lucifer, Magellan, Roger, Luce
For long you live and high you'll fly
Smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry
Still you touch and all you see
Is all your life will ever be.
Bud — y — z, KIDNEY — P, FLOYD, JIMI,
CLOSE QUARTERS, VAIL, WHIP POSSE,
SCHMISICS, THE CREW, O.K., T.M., SPLAT,
J.M., D-LAY, A.T., SCATNIK, S.B., "K",
RIOUX, PONTE, HAYES-E, BERT, JC
My family: Thank you. I love you all.
Carson G. Lynch
When I was young
and they packed me off to school
and taught me how not to play the
I didn't mind if they groomed me for
or if they said that I was just a fool.
Thanks to Mom, Dad and Friends
Jennifer Elaine Lyons
Jenno Commando Vasquez Lyons
MC CO DB LS TM DH MH JP RE PATTO,
CAROL, Square fans. Who was there? noon, bon-
efest '89, dis mine. Jive 101, Charlie's Angels, Efil-
nikufesin, Sal, The face! bird lady, KC's bash.
Negative Zone, Barbizon, Bleacher Creatures,
Liz's ... on the dock . . . EMF!
JL 4-20-86 1436
I will choose a path that's clear, I will choose free
will — RUSH
Tan Pants, GAGA, "Put foot in
mouth" whasat "No overhead in Chi-
na ..." YL Saranac 88 Gap 89
Thanks RBC GJ KA SM SM MKS,
Mum & Dad, thanks for all your love.
Stephanie Jean Margetts
What, I don't get it?
The Ploe got in the way! Ireland "89"
"you've lost that loving feeling" Div I
"Chrissy wer's your food?" Worlds
End, our relay team, track talks, Erin
"I have a plan" Ka Ang, JM, JS, BH,
PS, SM thanks for everything Mom
& Dad I love you!
"The future is here, we are here, we
are on our own." Ben, JAB Please!
Rob, Everything strikes me funny.
Charles, your face becomes that of a
wolf. Barefootin in crowpoint. Maybe
you had too much too fast. To the
class of 90 Enjoy the ride. Scituate.
Thanks Mom, Dad.
Michael Joseph McCann
"It's not how you play the game, it's
how many players you hurt." Soccer,
Backs, crunchin, Skirch, "Let's hurt
some people." Bud-y-z Chuck,
Shawn, Gainey, Dougles, Skatz, Poir-
ier. Evil, Shaun's house, Southie,
North Beach, Tough Junior year!
Thanks Barb, I Love You (6/19/87)
far parking lot. Thanks Mom, Dad
Kristina Louise McColgan
Tina, Teens, T
"It's too late to say good-bye" Best
times, best friends: Diane, Lizzie, Ca-
sey, Jenno, Tracy, Elaine, Colleen,
Mary, Todd, Rob. I love you guys!
Homestead family, 3am bikeride,
LOVE, thumbing, Fairmont, the face
LM-RSCH-CAPE, skiing, my 17,
Where's Great Woods? "Here's to the
boys we love ..." Thanks M.A.D.!
"The most important things are the
hardest things to say."
France, Vermont, Saco, Conn.
J.T., Floyd, Who, Stones, Petty,
Love you Rachel, Nate, Erin.
Michael B. Madio
Standing at the crossroads, trying to
read the signs, to tell me which way I
should go to find the answer, when all
the time I know, plant your love and
let it grow. — E.G.
SPU-SNE, COTT, Thanks Jen —
you are the greatest, Luck Chuck,
Thanks M&D for having faith.
Francis Christopher Maguire
Magoo, Mario, Chris
#10 — Ken, you got right Pete, I got
Sweets — you are Mr. competitive.
Grady — Floyd was the best
Tom — See ya at B.C.
Spain 88, Hockey is the best team
Ken, Griff remember the rat line.
Greggory Scott Manning
My teachers taught me math and sci-
ence, history and English. Cathy has
taught me to love and to trust. If I
had to choose one of the two, it would
be the latter and her.
Oliver Augustin — Steve M. was a
blast, I think. Hey TC, I could lift a
. . . smaller boulder." Free James
Brown. Wookin Pa Nub. In the im-
mortal words of CH "Sail fast
dudes", right J? what it is, what it
was, and what it shall be. What was it
Sean D. McGowan
"Here the seabird crying, there's a
coast wind blowing and it's calling
you to that misty swirling sea. 'Til the
chains of your dreams are broken,
there is no place in this world you can
"it's so weird" Crescent Moon — Fee-
lin groovey, Lookin fine — LAX
Peter Edward McKenna
Shake the dust off your feet.
Don't look back
Nothing can hold you down
Nothing that you lack
— B.D. —
Thanks to family and friends; WD at
Harb, World's End, Joey's Basement:
Hanny, Joey, Ken, Mulley, Les, Paco,
Devlin (Baaa!) A.J and B.P.
Michele Anne Melkonian
These past few years have been the
best ... I want to thank all my friends
who have stuck by me through the
good and bad times. Kenny, I love
you. I'll never forget you.
Richard Chet Mellish
Dick, Kiki, Mickey
To Jessyca Harris & Kevin Borowski
for showing me to a new outlook on
life and telling me to be who I am, not
what others want me to be. To the
best! Thanks Mom & Diane for being
there. AB, MR, BR, ES. U2 GD Awe-
some. Sal Dukakis.
Joshua Koo Messer
"The Joshua Tree"
It doesn't think about it. It just does
it. And when it does, it doesn't appear
to appear to be much of anything.
But Things Get Done. — The Tao of
Jennifer Lynn Mina
"Everything is temporary anyway" (E.B.) Thanks
— Gail (BFF), Katie, Chris, J.K., my family — I
love you guys! Shore 85-89, what a night, CM,
C.K, Large Marge, Cherie in the hole, Dave's clos-
et, Jerry — Jerry, E.R, "Scott one-eye", pitchin'
tent, "CLAM" M.G, R.G, P.L, "Skin", "New
Wave Dave", McSuper!, "Yea — Good Kid",
Christopher E. Mine
Life is a design in concept and cre-
ation. Friends leave or die, and new
friends are found. So long to all my
friends (you know who you are).
Goodbye E.H. See you whenever!
Stacey Ann Mortimer
Years at WHRHS, Freshmen basket-
ball MVP, Missing good friends G.L.
and D.B. Years at Hingham, Varsity
basketball and Soccer, new friend-
ships. Summer of '89, Ireland, camps,
Meeting people from AHR. Good
friends SM, CH, MR, DS, JS, Live up
to your own personal happiness.
Ken, Joe — Tell me the M-V story
Handog — Marauders — there is no
Weeda — You're mean!! Goto Ken's
and tell it like it is.
Pat — Let the Jarring begin
Aaron — Have another shot
Les — Yes, its true — we're making a
Man, oh man
Web — No problem!
Robert C. MuUer II
Don't strive for success. Give all you
do your best effort and achievement
should follow but if it doesn't, live
with it knowing you did all you could.
"R.G" Good Luck to the class of '90
and those classes to come. Thanks for
4 great eventful years, especially
M.T. — "Kyleitros", J.F. —
"Coonti", M.F. — "Watch out for
them (SQ . . . ERS)!" J.T. — "Equa-
tions (f (x) = +X())", T.G — "Z,
hugo", D.B. — "Davey isn't a
panzy?" lADIOS AMIGOS!
Stephen Mike Mitchell
"We don't need no education"
Thanx Mom and Dad for everything
and thanx to SW AL AA MB RE JS
Now it's over we can party Naked ev-
ery day. It was fun, Bye now. Thank
God it's over.
The events have taken place and no
one is phased except the memories
who felt it. never forget: DB TM CO
LW "NICK" MF KE RS CH BH JC
Thank you Joanne P.
Saying good-bye is hard — saying
good-bye forever is harder
She chop-uh! Just tellin ya the facts
Judy Ann Mortell
You can fool some people sometime,
but you couldn't fool all the people all
the time ... So stand up for your
rights. Thanks Mom, Dad for every-
thing 143 AA, BB, EC, LC, IB, JB^
CC, I'll miss you guys! NJ "89" Baby
David "87" CG 2/15/86 Good Luck
To be the you that you want to be . . .
that is success! GGTCP, Penie, JT
concert, History Geeks!, ya big
weenie! chi chi'o, Florida '88 '89 Atti-
tash, — I like to ski under houses!,
YL, KA, you're the best — Thanks
for everything. To all my friends —
good luck — I luv ya!
Brian Michael Murray
Bri guy, Mur
"I'm goin' off the rails on this Crazy
Train" — Ozzy Osbourne "I hope I
die before I get old" — The Who
Cherie Lynn Myatt
If it weren't for the shadows, how
would we see the sunshine? Alison,
Caitlin, Steve — so many memories.
"NJ" 88, "Take me", "The pool",
"JG's", "New years" 88 "Mt Snow"
MS, EG, BV, LD, JM, GB, Thanks
for all the good times and friend-
ships. Mom, Dad and Danielle,
Thanks for your love and support.
I Love You Jean
10-8-88 Thanks Mom and Dad JT,
FT Face and Doob.
David John O'Connor
Bri Sean Garrett John Darren! THE
MEN! "NEVER LEAVE YOU BE-
HIND" The PUP BIRD SHELBY
GOOSTER MAC NADA! Always re-
member THE TRUCK! BEACH
VOLLEYBALL '89 "BUT THAT'S
OK" "I THINK I'M IN LOVE"
ERIC & LOWELL CREW LOVE YA
DAWN! MA DAD & TRISH LOVE
YA! "SEE YA LATER NIG!"
"Nothing is so Hke a soul as a bee. It
goes from flower to flower as a soul
from star to star, and it gather honey
as a soul gather light" Victor Hugo.
Thanks for all the good times, square
dancing and concerts Bye Guys!
KC, CK, Case
We've lived LIFE IN THE FAST
LANE, went from THE HOTEL
CALI to THE SAD CAFE. So far
LIFES BEEN GOOD for us DES-
PERADOS, and now we're ready to
TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT one more
time. FRIENDS 4-EVA: TM JL DB
LS TC EG THE HOMESTEAD
FAMILY (we know who) Remember
it ALL. V.V. thanx M&D I love you
Andrew Joshua Parrillo
"... Do, or do not. There is no try."
I hope I'll never be afraid to laugh, be
honest, by myself. Thanks to all, es-
pecially Mom, Dad, Robin, Mr. Ozug.
We'll never be far. Use the force . . .
"A true friend is one soul in two bo-
Christopher Francis Pereto
Chris, Flash, Big Red
When I grow up I want to be a little
A very large THANKS to Carson,
Mike P, Craig, James, MuUy, and all
my other friends, for their friendship,
intellectually stimulating conversa-
tion, and other assorted things too
numerous to mention in 50 words or
less. U know who U R.
Joan Dorothy Pimentel
The road I see ahead is paved with
bars of music, yet there are many
roads. I don't know which one I'll
take. But I know I'll never be poor
and I'll never be hungry. Thanks MD
LC SC. My homies: AR — JL — DS
— JC — H — N — JB. Love you
Denise, never forget the times. I'm
Carrie 143, "What the?" "The
Rocks" Well I guess High School
wasn't all that bad. The Budmen —
CC, JC, MG, SD, Gator, RG, MW,
JD, JB, TK, PM. Bring It! Thanx
Mom for putting up with my Bolo-
gna. I love U
Todd Daniel Olsen
Easy Big Guy! No Slugs, AB07 . . .
Anyone? "Straight Outta . . . ? "RS
son't mess, GGCQGAT, "Dooop!"
Breadsticks, B's, "Jesuseehh!" To;
My friends. The Doilies, The Doran
Posse, and the Koozie Crew, "Be a
fanatic, not a phantom. "HP thanx
for the Zzas. Gotta go. Ma's ampin'
Amy Deborah Olson
Aimless, Olson, ALBAR, Chicken, Bubbles &
I would just like to say "I'm outa here" and to say
thanx to JB — WompGump MC —DC — PH' —
AA — KA (hey Lady) Especially to Rick thanx for
everything you've done for me, I love you — Mom
thanx for all the support and Hey look I made it.
Thanx Dad I love ya both and to Julee & Ernie
Hey I made it! And to TM thanx for being there
love ya "But we're happy" TALL MEN BUD —
SPARK IT — OH AND I WOULDN'T! — C-YA!
Erin S. Osier
"You're no big deal"
— Love and Rockets
Floyd May 6, 1988; The Vineyard;
CB Crew; All my love and thanks:
Mom and Dad; my Bros; John; ME,
LM, RB, CL.
Thanks for the rides Agnes!
Elizabeth R. Park
"Applaud friends, the comedy is
over" — But I'll never lose the memo-
ries of my dearest and truest friends.
It's been the BEST! Thanks Mom &
Dad. I Love You All.
J. Michael Polefka
My thanks and love to those who took
the time to know me, to those at Son
Village — like a family but closer
(Proverbs 17:17) especially Beth, a
friend forever no matter what. Most
of all, Jesus Christ, my Strength,
Hope, and Love. (Psalm 34:18) Gloria
in te Domine — Gloria Exultate!
Good Luck Class of '90. Thanks: LW
— NR — EV — ML — AH — PL —
JL — CO — ML — BA — TM — LS
— BR — RB. "Daddy's Little Swim-
mers" — Thanks for the tunes.
"I'm taking my ball and going home!!
. . . Jerk" Italia '87-'88.
Star Market. "Thank God for the
Quad." Thanks Scott, Tiff, Tom,
"them" and especially Miriam.
LES ETAS-UNIS . . . une aventure!
L'ecole . . . super!
Les profs sympas
Des estudiants d'echanges comme ca!
Et une quetch unique
"People say these are the best of
times, I do beheve it's true." Always
remember the summer of '89, the
sunroof, take a left, Nantasket
again?, guava, WBC, and cruising.
Thanks JB, SD, CH, MF, SC, and SC
for the great memories. Thanks Mom
and Dad. Good Luck class of 1990.
Dale T. Reynolds
No more turning away from the weak
and the weary or from the coldness
inside just a world we all must share
its not enough to stand and stare.
Thanks for everything you have done
for me Mom and Dad Love You.
Kick off your high heel sneakers —
it's party time. The girls don't seem
to care what's on, as long as they play
'til dawn. Mr. T. — They can't pay
you enough. Species gigs. The loft, J's
garage. Daddy's Little Swimmers,
CQ, Just look at the stars. ROCK
AND ROLL NO STATIC AT ALL.
Mick, Mugalata, Belle
"Ain't no time to hate, barely time to
wait, Oh what I want to know where
does all the time go?" — GD. Kel
(Emarisa) — McDonalds, NB and all
other fun times — Malynda L.L.C
Forever. Thanks Dad, CA, ML, BM,
RM, RE, MF, LC, GJ and everyone
else. I love you all!
Andrew Joseph Sanocki
A.J., Jay, Drew
"Sailing satisfies, for some people, a
certain lust" — William F. Buckley,
"We do what we have to, to win" —
"Accept the challenges, so that you
may feel the exhilaration of victory"
— General George S. Patton
Thanks Mom and Dad. It's twenty
knots — hold my calls.
"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I
have seen yesterday and I love today"
William Allen White.
Spain 88 — TLP — HeadButts —
"Foozball", the ledge. Soccer and
"Paint the sky with desire. Angel Fly
— Heavens on fire. Feel my heat —
take it to the higher. Burn with me,
Heavens on fire!"
my little princess
The boys with the Rattlesnakes & the
crazy ladies of night, and a special
dedication to the one who pulls me
through — Big T
Cathleen Marie Roche
"To dream about who you wish to be
is to waste who you are." Spain '88'
Jt. Attitash, Mt. Snow, GGTCP, Rus-
sia 89, Hawk, Guys night out, ninja
movies. The forbidden word, "look
there's Boston!" Slam & Band mis-
sion impossible, Thanx mom & dad
and good friends CO, AJ, GW, JM
Dead shows: too many tolls, Lincoln
Tunnel, Lions & Tigers & Bears. Oh
my! Charles St. What's the smoke
from, Pete? 10:06PM, 9-7-87, 7-3-88.
"Goin where the wind don't blow so
Skittles forever, Amontea's Food
Coloring, Seltzer Water, Ice-Coke.
"Twenty years from now we'll all look
back and laaaugh."
Em, Smem, Ishtar
There is no fence or hedge round time
that has gone. You can go back and
have what you like of you remember
it well enough. Mick! Alligator! Who
farted? Peace love and Oatmeal.
June 22. Nobody has ever measured,
even the poets, how much a heart can
hold. Thanx for the memories every-
Elizabeth E. Shellmer
Lizzie, Diz, Shellimiza, Brewmaster
What ever happend to: the ski pole,
Fairmont, Bird Lady! Family at the
Homestead, BTwins, OTGDY, V%
day, proms, dried appleface. Sweet
Sixteen, Midnight Sinners, Ronna
and Jace — Aloha, Dave — Parties,
Close Quarters '88 Skinny dipping
anyone? Love you Mom and Kathy
Eward, Tina, Jenno, Trace & KC
Allison Debra Ross
"Nothing great is ever achieved with-
out enthusiasm" Good luck: DS, DG,
GZ, JP, SC, JC, JC^ BF. I would also
like to thank all the teachers that
have helped me through my Senior
year. And a special thanks to my
Mom and Dad.
Thanks to the class of 1990!!!! Good
times in football with: JC, MK, CC,
MG, PL, ML, MF, MC, PC, DG and
Mr. i. 4 X 4 rules Good Times with
MA, FAV, NV, SM, LC, JW, LD, BV,
I love you Chrissy!
Wrestling is the best
Good Luck 1990
Michael Robert Skilling
Best of luck to the class of '90.
Thanks for all the memories. Special
thanks to Mom, Dad, Melissa, Eric,
Mike, Debby, John, Michelle, Emily,
Donna, Brian, Ginger, Dave, Mrs. E,
Mr. M. Mrs. D, and Dr. R.
Elisabeth Jane Smalley
"... Straining toward what is ahead,
I press on toward the goal for the up-
ward call of God in Christ Jesus."
Philippians 3:13-14 Thanks for a
great year guys!
Susan Mae Smith
"You cannot discover new oceans un-
less you have the courage to lose sight
of the shore"
— Bob Marley
Always remember: Acrobatic Skiing,
Sundays only. Obsession, 'Brows,
CC, Peers, Florida '89 — RTG, La-
crosse — The whistle. Thank you —
Spider, Moe, Bucky, Pip, Gretch,
Sarah, and of course Mom and Dad
Michelle Lynn Spannagel
Count your life by smiles, not tears;
count your age by friends not years.
Thanks Mom and Dad, Carole, Mary
Kate, Katie, Lynn, Beth RaeAnn, i
Wendy, Julie, Bonnie, and Grandpa.
I love you Chris 5-12-89. 1 will always
treasure every single one of you.
Hi20, NYC, Wonder Woman and Su-
pergirl live forever. Thanks for all the
memories HHS 1990!
Ronna Sue Steves
Nothing left to do but Smile, Smile,
Smile. Chris 1436 BFF: MARK JEN,
CALI 8/88, 2/89 Carrie, Diane (se-
kyd) Todd, LW BP CO ML TM JL.
Thanks guys. Hey Carrie, where'd ya
get the money? BOBBY BYRNES
Liz — Aloha 88 Zoinks! G.G., G.D. 7/
2/89 See Ya
Jean Marie Stidstone
"Live life to the fullest extent"
Thanks Mom, Bill, Sue, Kristopher.
Good Luck and thanks to: MS, DS,
NS, BS, JR, SM, SM, JT, MS, JM,
DY, AY, SD, SO, CL, SB, CH, JC,
MD, DC, DC, SH, KT, AT, JB, MO,
SC, ST, JO, JN, ILS.
Alison Marie Taylor
There are three grand essentials to
happiness in life; something to do,
something to love, and something to
hope for. Thanks for all the great
times and memories; CK, CM, BV,
LD, EG, and especially John and
Leigh. Thanks for everything Mom
MB: Sweet! Destroyed!
NV: Good Deal! Greed is good!
Loring Marquee, 5th of July. The La-
zell St launch. *I, Devil's Gulch.
Squid, pasta and funny stories.
"Bringing home my baby bumble bee
. . . " Simpatico? SI!
Louis Christopher St. Laurent
Food, drink, air, sleep, friends, jet
fighters, girls, cash, submarines, God,
god(s), Exxon, cattle, turbo, lubrica-
tion, clones, guitars, monsters, clams,
DC-lO's, allergies, odd socks, ozone,
fiber glass, sold by the pound, big
things, big people big places, hair re-
growth formula, digital, armor pierc-
ing, guppies, plastic, C0i2, satellite,
FDIC, Censored, Amen.
Best wishes to all my friends
I love you Mom and Dad
I love you Scott
"To go beyond is as wrong as to fall
"Jimmy the RICH" It's so weird, the
Rec Center. The broken window. J.V.
Lacrosse 88-89. J.V. Soccer 88, too
tired coach. Derby. I'm SOYF's
Stratton 87. Martha's Vineyard Pool.
Matthew G. Taylor
"Winning isn't everything, it's the
only thing!" V. Lombardi
"So dawn goes down today
Nothing gold can stay" R. Frost
Spain '89 Roberto estas loca y estas
eansado, workcamp '89 talk about
your good times! Havilands Class '89
Time will pass, will you? "What's go-
ing down Normy?"
X country, B ball + Mr. Fez — Geez
John G. Thompson
Benjamin Rhodes Torrey
Be not afraid of going slowly
Be afraid only of standing still.
Remember always . . . "Instant Pud-
dle" ... Oh yeah! My own personal
cupid . . . Tasmanian Devil . . . That
probably has krill in it ... Oh joy! . . .
Learn how to walk! . . . Allergies! . . .
CHILL . . . Amolitalia . . . Nice direc-
tional . . . I'll Miss you all! . . . GZ, CL,
DC, BT, SH, BL, LS, SD, BS, AT, JC
. . . Alas nothing gold can stay.
Joseph L. Wagner
On the turning away from the pale
and downtrodden and the words they
say which we won't understand
"Don't accept that what's happening
its just a case of others suffering or
you'll find that you're joining in the
turning away" D.T.R. we made it!
Thanks Mom & Dad!
"The decent made up of despairs and
without accomplishment realizes a
new awakening: which is a reversal of
despair. For what we cannot accom-
plish, what is denied to love, what we
have lost in the anticipation — a de-
cent follows, endless and indestructi-
Don't take everything so serious,
Loosen up, have some fun and enjoy
Jennifer Jane Weber
"FRIENDS . . . They are kind to each
other HOPES, they cherish each oth-
er DREAMS." Thoreau
"Seize the Day! FRIENDS AL-
WAYS! Becky, Maura, Pippin, Su-
san, Julie, Katie, Cape Cod — muds-
lides, R.E.M. — parking lot, Sunday
River, NLAM, Family Feud, Whoda,
"You're the Greatest!"
Thanks for everything Mom and
What, it's over? Well ... it was real, it
was fun, but it wasn't real fun! There
are too many people I could thank for
making HHS an incredibly weird ex-
perience, so I won't. (You know who
you are anyway) Live fast, die young,
and leave a good looking corpse!
Every battle is won or lost before it is
fought . . . If you know the enemy and
know yourself, you need not fear the
result of a hundred battles. If you
know yourself but not the enemy for
every victory you will suffer a defeat.
If you know neither the enemy nor
yourself, you will succumb in every
battle.— Sun Tzu'The Art of War"
Barbara Marie Violandi
Lisa and Bem (BFA)! Alison, Caitlin,
Boopa, Chuck, Jim — Thanks Guys!
Florida '89, Soccer '87, My home
country (Ireland)! "Doty did they get
the beers?" Endless love to 3 special
guys 6/19/87 — I love you Mike —
"Hey Babe", you can do anything you
put your mind to! Mom and Dad, I
love you both.
Thanks NR, RO, CC, MK, JF, JFK,
BF, CQ, DLS, and all those who are
special to me, you know who you are.
Sometimes just ask yourself — If a
tree falls in the forest and there's no-
body around to hear it, does it make a
sound? And if so, who cares? Think
"Use the talents you possess; For the
woods would be silent if no birds sang
except the best" Pauline "Life's a
pumpkin", Mel "My instinct tells me
not to go", Ames "A skittle or two",
Christine "The big L" (this week-
end!) Jen "Let's walk home". Good
luck Lauren, Thanks Mom & Dad!
Good Luck everyone!
Michael Thomas Whelan
"I'd rather laugh with the sinners
(Bud-y-z) than cry with the saints,
the sinners are more fun." Dead
showz w/ CC & SD. "Kaleidoscope
Eyes", Midnight at Grampy's.
"Where am I goin and where have I
been, My heads in the clouds my tails
in a spin."
"If you can dream it you can do it" 8-
5-89 Pauline, Christine, Jen, Jen
Cooney, Mel & Katie B. Thank for
everything Paige St. Mydingaling,
"who farted". Crazy straw, NAN-
TUCKET "The contest" Druggie
Fag "She's just a girl ..." In the
shower? Six Guys!!! "The Scituate"
DEPLORABLE Ricky, sorry Puff &
Dave, Thanks Mom, Jen & Heather
Derek E. Williams
Life must be lived forward, but can
only be understood backwards.
Brian G. Willy
It was awesome!
It seemed so far away, I can't believe it's over —
but there's a whole new life ahead of us.
Thanks Mom, Dad, Mai, Teachers, Friends
Rem: Mt. Wash, Vineyard, Europe, Bahamas,
Quebec, Virginia, DW, DC, Trailer, Boat.
Good Luck!! Hope to see you all again "Serious-
Lawrence I. Worcester JR.
Larry — Nick — LW — Fish
Thanx Mom, Dad and Angelle —
Jonathan and Hal for being my big
brothers. Friends forever: ML — BA
— BP — CH — RS — TO — AH —
TC — LM — NR — EV — JC — MP
— LC — BR — MC — SSP — JH —
RD — Daddy's little swimmers.
"Dear Mr. Fantasy play us a tune,
something that'll make us happy!"
April Lea Yalenezian
"You only go around he Merry-go-
round once, so live life to the fullest
and always remember to live it for
yourself and not anyone else."
Thank you Mom, Dad, David, Eliza,
Geoff, Allison, and Sean. I love you
Virginia Carolyn Zona
"Obstacles are what you see when
you take your eyes off the goal."
Where did the years go. Time passes
so quickly we get caught up in the
race. Remember: Lunch, English
class, Nermal's shoes, "Bail out" an-
d"Instant puddle". Thanks L.T.,
M.S. and especially to Glenn, I LOVE
"Everybody Wang Chung Tonight!"
"Oh Johnny!" The "Ledge" Beach v-
ball 89 Spain 88 — DDD — TLP —
"One and only one" "Q or not a Q?"
LAX — "Ken its goaltime!" "Just
drop the eggroU" — uncalled for;
yeah!! Hockey Season 89-90 The
Cowbell and the painted faces.
"WHO ARE YOU!" "I'M BAT-
Maura Anna Zaccardi
"What you can do is limited only by
what you can dream." Thanks for the
memories; Jules, Katie, Jill, Liz,
Pooey, Jenn, Pip.
Always remember; NLAM!, The
Cure, Water Skiing, wanna suck
face?!, G-l-J, Florida, coaching, NDA
— oh my!, THE egg, 'brows, benched.
Thanks M + D!
If I had my way, I would probably
just sit and stare. Watch the TV or
read a book, I'd have no reason to be
aware. But I ain't got time, I just
couldn't live that way. I've got to step
outside myself, I've still got some-
thing left to say. — E.G.
fc. •Tr;^-/p^,.;, .- -
M. Laughlin, A. Leary, P. Lucey, C. Campbell, M. Kay, S. Dann, J. Charis, D. Cham, F. DeRubeis, D. Griffith, M. Gainey, M. Games, B. Poirier,
P. Carnes, B. Amurault, A. Emanuello, M. Maddio, B. Carney, S. Jewett, D. Schrauth, T. Bellew, S. Hayes, R. Schuhwerk, M. Ford, A.
McKenna, A. Locke, N. Winnie, J. Henley, D. Wechsler, N. Lombard, M. Hickey, M. Amonte, G. Pickarski, C. Lofgren, P. Leary, C. Harris, G.
Szabo, M. Wolpers, G. Manning, B. LaFond, J. Jancaitis, A. Kayce, P. Howard, B. Ramsey, T. LeStage, T. Greenwood, M. Moore, Manager: M.
Farina Coaches: C. Clapp, J. Ganley, F. Jewett, R. Trulson, S. Oliva, Water boy: T. Jewett
WE DO IT TOGETHER!
WE DO IT RIGHT!
WE DO IT WITH PRIDE!
This was the battle cry of the 1989 Hingham Harbormen Football Team. With hard
work, desire, terrific fan support, and the leadership of co-captains Matt Kay and
Chuck Campbell, the team provided Hingham High with an extremely exciting football
season. The teams record was only 3-7, but that doesn't count all the closely contested,
thrilling games. There were victories over Scituate, Weymouth, and Silver Lake. There
were also close contests with Marshfield, Bridgewater, Taunton, and a heartbreaking
loss against Randolph.
The 1989 Harbormen more than doubled last year's scoring production from 76
points one year ago to 162 points in 1989. The team gained respect through its show of
guts to superior opponents. Perhaps we showed the greatest courage of all as the Senior
teammates sang a number in the fall musical, "Broadway to Baghdad", appropriately
entitled "You Gotta Have Heart." In the end, 4 Old Colony League all-stars were
produced: Sean Dann (1st team). Matt Kay, Matt Carnes, and Chuck Campbell. Also,
Hingham Football won the respect of all its opponents, and returned spirit to the halls
of Hingham High School.
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A. Cortese, J. Kearney, J. Davies, P. Gilbert, M. Duggan, K. Carty, C. Ferretti, J. McGeoghe-
gan, M. Healey, N. Buba, T. Cornell, S. Baynes, C. Kelliher, K. Antall, L. Doty, K. Costello,
T. Esser, E. Colentonio, S. Cook, P. Murphy, L. MacLean, S. Heap
The Hingham High Field Hockey team
had one of the most successful seasons in
many years. Through hard work, dedica-
tion, committment and effort the team won
the title of OCL CHAMPS with a record of
13-1-2. The first win of the season was
Coach Gordon's 200th victory.
The team consisted of many seniors in-
cluding: Co-captain Katie Costello, Co-cap-
tain Lisa Doty, Tracey Cornell, Sarah
Heap, Sharon Baynes, Tori Esser, Caitlin
KelHher, Holly Fisher, Sarah Cook, Kristen
Antall, Lizzie MacLean, Pauline Murphy,
and Nicole Buba.
The outstanding record of the team was
the best out of over 30 teams awarding tlie
girls the top seed in the South Sectionals,
earning a bye for the first game. In the sec-
ond game Hingham was beaten by a very
competitive team in an opposing league
causing them to be disqualified.
Message to Coach Gordon: We all want to
thank you so much for the great year we
had. You are the best coach around and we
never could have done it without you. Our
Hingham High Field Hockey career is one
that will never be forgotten and you are the
one that attributes to that.
1989 OCL CHAMPS
M. Thomas, B. Hughes, A. Prime, R. Clinton, M. McCann, T. Mehrmann, M. Cotsonas, C. Krastin, J. Thorpe, B. Hughes, R. Gatnik, M. Brennan,
B. Farrell, R. Stevens, B. Delgallo, T. Corry, P. Goulding, E. Chalmers, B. Mayhew, D. Scipione, M. Veneto, J. Norton, L. Fleites
The 1990 Boy's Soccer Team posessed great skill, and its 7-4-5 record
and subsequent trip to the State Tournament proved this. Senior tri-
captain Charles Krastin, who led the team in scoring (14 goals), posed
an offensive threat that forced other teams in the league to adjust their
defense accordingly. At midfield, senior tri-captain Doug Scipione,
with the help of the very talented, enthusiastic, and energetic Adam
Prime, kept the team together and made it possible for the Harbormen
to play the transition game effectively. The Harbormen's defense, led
by tri-captain Eric Chalmers at sweeper and Mike (Mook) McCann at
stopper, frequently disheartened the opposition by spoiling their of-
fensive bids. The experienced outside backs. Randy Gatnik (Chief)
and Rick Stevens (Rickles), stopped the ball carrier coming down the
middle. This team has been called the best Hingham has seen in a long
time, which is a great accomplishment considering who's been on the
team in past years — Delay, Schuwerk, Hughes, Antall . . . Special
thanks to our statistician, who kept track of our joys and sorrows on
paper — Cecily Kovatch.
L To R. Front Row: C. Mundhenk, M. Zaccardi, C. Myatt, K. Delay, E. Greenlaw, A. Taylor, B. Violandi, A. Williams, M. Stuart. Back
Row: K. Kelleher, K. McCann, T. Sullivan, H. Sarni, C. Burrell, K. Mundhenk, M. Keohan, C. Keohan, C. Fahie, K. Cannon, K.
Conway, Coach J. Williams.
GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER
The 1989 Girls Soccer team had an abundance of talent this year with
their solid attack, defense and goalkeeping. Tri-captains Katie Delay,
Emily Greenlaw and Allison Taylor helped unify their new skills for a
great season. The experience of Seniors Cherie Myatt, Barbara Violandi,
Amy Williams, Maura Zacardi and Stacey Mortimer was another key to
the team's success. Throughout the season, the team played quality soc-
cer and had a lot of laughs and good memories.
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Top L R: P. Baltzer, A. Tesler, A. Zaccardi, J. Carpenter, J. Kababik, L. Hoover, T.
Hunnefield, Coach Trach Hennigan Bottom L R: D. Paulik, S. Mortland, D. Myatt, Co-
Captains — M. Zaccardi & E. Osier, A. Bonnyman, C. Mundhenk, S. Maynard Missing:
S. Smith, C. Smith
B. Wightman, P. NcKenna, B. Rioux, B. Falvey, B. Porier, R. Canavan, T. Griffin, T. Kennedy,
J. Wilner, G. Jarvis, C. Maguire, M. Achille, T. Murray, C. Oliviero, Coach Reagan, M. Veneto,
B. McNulty, J. Anderson, M. Brennan, A. McKenna, R. Schuwerk, B. Shelsy, M. Teague, B.
Delgallo, J. Darling, Asst. Coaches: T. Messina, T. Ryan, D. Griffin
This year's ice hockey team is lead by tri-captains Brian Porier, Tim
Griffin, and Rob Canavan. Canavan (60 points last year as leader of the
league) and Griffin (4th in the league) lead a potent scoring attack while
Porier heads a strong defense. Returning for the squad are four O.C.L. all
stars Rob Canavan, Tim Griffin, high-scoring wing Greg Jarvis, and out-
standing defenseman Rick Schuwerk. All the players have contributed to
make the Harbormen a fierce, undefeated team. It was a great year for us.
J. McGeoghan, C. Kovatch, L. Doty, P. Aylward, W. Herman, D. Needham, K. White, C. Keohan, S. Mortimer, M. Keohan, P.
Gilbert, S. Margetts, C. Burrell, Coach Mortimer
Varsity: S. Carpenter, J. Fleming, P. Carnes, J. Bologna, C. Krastin, M. Hurtle, M. Carnes, J. Thorpe, T. Gonsalves, B.
Carney, C. Campbell, Coach Clinton
K. Waldron, L. Carling, A. O'Brian, C. Carney, A. Hannon, N. Lehane, J. Canavan, D. Mitchell,
D. Monticone, K. Ramsey
Junior Varsity: A. Duff, P. Salanova, J. Kababik, J. Carpenter, J. Watson, P. Murray, M.
Carney, B. Spirito, R. Chenowith, S. Murray, C. Anderson, C. McKinley, R. St. Laurant, G.
Boys' Indoor Track
The 1989-90 Indoor Track team, comprised of about
twenty-one extremely dedicated members, is led by the
strong tri-captainship of Josh Messer, Brian Porter, and
Dan Griffith. This year's team, stronger than the teams
in years past, has a core of strong runners from all grade
levels, freshmen to senior. The team itself is accomplish-
ing respectable results against formidable adversaries
who in previous years would have decimated the team.
Girls' Indoor Track
2nd Row, L-R: M. Watts, J. Freidman, M. Tutkus, A. Whelan, A. Barker, C. Lofgran, J. Beal,
Coach Barges 1st Row, L-R: T. Cochran, T. Routhier, Z. Jones, N. Vakil, M. Shane
Coming off last year's winning season, the Hingham High School wrestling team hopes for another successful
season under Coach Barges. Starting off the line-up, Zach "the Animal" Jones feeds on his prey at 103 lbs. while
Nakul Vakil cleans up house at 125. Newcomer from Illinois, Tom Cochran, and 6th ranked in New England Matt
Shane, explode at 135 and 160. Finally, Tim Routhier and Bertram Farmer eat up the upper weights at 189 and
heavyweight. Along with the underclassmen, this awesome line-up will wreak havoc on the O.C.L.
The 1989 Hingham High School Sail-
ing Team continued to fulfill its tradi-
tional role in being one of our school's
most successful teams. As they have for
the past twelve years, the sailmen quali-
fied once again for the state regatta at
MIT and posted an overall finish in the
top five. The '89 team featured sailors
who qualified for both the Laser and 420
North American and World tourna-
ments. This year's team is led by return-
ing senior captains Douglas "Spin"
McFadd, Gregg "Main" Hren, and An-
drew "Jib" Sanocki. The Dynamic Duo
of Hren and Sanocki, feared by all on the
Charles, hope to sail their regular season
win streak of seven races into this season.
Strengthened by experienced underclass
support and inspired by the official sail-
ing music of CCR, VH, CSN & Y, EC,
CD, SM, and Bob, the 1990 Sailing
Team feels it can finish both at the top of
its Blue Fleet and win the opening invi-
tational at the Coast Guard Academy.
Peter Goulding, Brett Garland, Capt. Douglas McFadd,
Capt. Gregg Hren, Capt. Andrew Sanocki, Justine Han-
son, and more!
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Varsity; Top Row: Coach John Todd, Dan Schrauth, Brian Poirier, Jay Mullen, Brian Rioux, Matt Anastos, Grady Winch, Tom Kennedy, Mark Boomer,
Sean McGowan, Paul Cinquegrano, Mike Brown, Tim Hughes, Aaron Jollin, Jeff Lestage. Bottom Row: John Horn, James Levenson, John Fitzwilliams,
Jon MuUin, Jon Ledwick, Kevin Sampson, Ed Leonard, Peter Hess, Chris Caldwell.
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Junior Varsity. Top Row: Ben Cutler, Frank Derubis, Mark Goldberg, Mark Rowell, James Adamson,
Darrin Kleen, Collin Cameron, Rob Karle, Tom Corry, Jeff Anderson, Jim Kababik, Eric Wiffler.
Bottom Row: Pete Guerrant, Mike Estano, Dan Griffith, Adam Prime, Mike Fredie, Rick Stevens,
Andy Grosso, Adam Vikery.
Top Row: Laura lorio, Cecily Kovatch, Bridget Newell, Chandley Burrell, Nicole Buba, Kathleen McMannus, Andrea Cataldo, Emily Greenlaw, Amy Williams,
Jen Watson, Jen Feeney, Katie Delay, Coach Williams. Bottom Row: Caitlin Kelliher, Jen Williams, Rennee MacMurray, Elena Avila, Leigh-Ann Taylor, Sarah
Heap, Anne Marie Cronin, Jen Cooney, Alison Taylor, Lisa Doty.
(Left-Right) Coach Garrigan, Brian Murray, Gregg Manning, Pat Carnes, Matt Carnes, Rob Kisiel, Dan
Claffey, Manager — Todd Wallack, Jeff Stebbins, Rick Cronin, Dave Cummings, Andy Thorton, Chris
Igo, Mike McCarthy, Doug McDonald
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GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL
Top Row L-R: Alyssa Yachomine, Melanie Brooks (co-capt), Suzanne Cafferty, Wendy Herman, Tory
Allen, Jen Welch (co-capt), and Coach Mortimer. Bottom Row L-R: Jen Repucci, Claire Higgins, Sharon
Adley, Trish Griffith, Christine White, and Leigh Whiteman.
In the 1989 season, the Hingham High School
Softball team played well against many competitive
teams in the Old Colony League. Hopefully the
1990 season will have brought even greater success.
Our style has always been hard work, determina-
tion, and team spirit. This spirit has been carried on
by co-captains Melanie Brooks and Jen Welch who
have supported the team strongly since sophomore
year. Jen hurling pitches with determination and
style and Melanie standing strong at second base
. . . Other great contributions have been made by
seniors Diane Buxton with her power swing and
variety of talents, and senior Susann Cafferty hav-
ing made a strong varsity debut at short stop. The
team has also been helped out with talented juniors
and other underclassmen who are sure to carry on
the Softball spirit. Many thanks to coach Mortimer
for helping us to strive for the best. Hope we cap-
ture the Old Colony League Title this coming sea-
The 1989 Boys' Tennis season was an optimistic one.
Several prominent players had returned to the varsity
squad. The team finished the season with a record of 15
wins and 2 losses as the Co-Old Colony League Champi-
ons, and advanced 3 rounds in the State Tournament
before losing to Sharon, the 1989 State Champions.
Our singles lineup returned unchanged. At first singles
was Junior and third year varsity player Doug Scipione.
Co-captain Chad Hoover played a strong second singles.
Junior Eric Chalmers also had a great success at third
Our doubles teams remained a dominant force in the
league. The first doubles team of Junior Chris Maguire
and Freshman Stephen Murray, ended the season unde-
feated, and was runner-up in the South Sectional MIAA
Tournament. At second doubles Co-captain John Mullen
and Junior Karim Zia were undefeated in league match-
With the support of our alternates and coach Bill
Kates, the season was a success. The 1990 season looks
optimistic again, with many returning players and the
veteran leadership of tri-captains Eric Chalmers, Chris
Maguire, and Doug Scipione.
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K. Zia, B. Dimartinis, J. Myerov, P. Salanova, J. Marcus, J. Watson, S. Murray, Coach B. Kates, D. Scipione, E.
Chalmers, C. Hoover, J. Mullen, B. Johnson, C. Maguire
Sara Beszterczey, Liz Blampied, Sara Blampied, Gail Boroski, Amy Casciato, Jill Demartinis, Lori Frongello,
Abbey Godfrey, Lauren Grillo, Karen Hatfield, Katie Knab, Julie Kerr, Lauren Laughman, Liz MacLean, Jen
Marshall, Beth Pelekis, Ann Phillipon, Kerrie Ryan, Holly Sarni, Alyssa Shelsey, Heidi Singleton, Heidi Smith,
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Last season the Girls Tennis
Team lost four of their best play-
ers and most importantly, they
lost their coach, Diane Sides.
Despite these losses they once
again enjoyed a very successful
season. The new coach Jan Bick-
ford was a smash as well as her
little daughter Aicha who kept
everyone well entertained run-
ning around with her huge rack-
et. With a winning OCL record
behind them, they unfortunate-
ly did not claim the title last sea-
son. However, this has greatly
motivated the team to regain the
trophy this year. Hopefully,
along with the new coach an the
two captains, Lizzie MacLean
and Jill Demartinis, the team
will lead itself toward a victori-
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BOYS' SPRING TRACK
(Top Row) Christian Matson, David Gardner, Tom Gonsalves, Charles Krastin, John
Thorpe, Mark Roper, Andrew Leary. (Bottom Row) Barry WilHs, Brett Snyder, Jim Wright,
Jason Bologna, Josh Messer, Joe Pelecicis, Brian Porter.
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GIRLS' SPRING TRACK
(Top Row) Stephanie Margetts, Julie Dierks, Alicia Yakamini, Lanette Condito, Christina Finlay, Lynn Hansberry, Rebecca Howe,
Bonnie Howe, Laila DaSilvio. (Bottom Row) Stacey Sullivan, Jen Fish, Missy Keohan, Danielle Dacoste, Sue Damaggio, Heidi
Kutch, Amanda Sutton, Jen Mackenzie, Nicole Delavolpe.
Stephen Agostino, Salvatore Bartolotti, Darren Bell, Will Berggren, Brian Blair, Glenn Bourdon, Jason Brandenburg, Nancy Canavan,
Victor Cappella, Rick Carberry, Amy Carpenter, Steve Cerney, Doug Colclough, Jon Craine, Emma Dassori, Julie DeAgazio, Alex Duff,
Molly Dunlap, Seth Dunlap, Dave Edson, Paige Esser, Everard Genius, Patty Gilbert, Matthew Goldsmith, Melanie Hewitt, Rob Hunt,
David Jones, Stephanie Jordan, Kim Kelly, Joe Kennedy, Doug McFadd, David McNally, Kerri Mullen, Kate Myers, Jane Noblet, Ann
O'Brien, Josh "King" Parrillo, Joanie Pimentel, Bill Ramsey, Sarah Reilly, Matthew Sanocki, Katie Sayer, Nathan Smalley, Rob "Face"
Tobey, Mark Ventre, Pam Wallisuta, Derek Williams
Earlier this year, the band joined with the orchestra
and chorus to conduct the most successful orange and
grapefruit sale yet. We will be using the profits from our
traditional fundraiser to travel to Montreal in April to
compete with bands from around the United States in an
annual music festival. Last year in Washington D.C., the
wind ensemble earned a silver medal in this competition,
and we hope to perform even better this year.
Patty Gilbert, Ben Torrey (Jazz President), Josh Parrillo (Band Presi-
dent), Emma Dassori (library), Victor Cappella (equipment), Matthew
Goldsmith (uniform), Stephanie Jordan, David Edson, Glen Bourdon,
Joanie Pimentel (Band VP), Andrew Sanocki (Jazz VP)
Karen Bartholomew, Jen Bell, Mike Benard, Sara Beszterczey, Kellie n Britt, Peter Cappers, Laura Carling, Susannah Carr, Eddie Chiu,
James Coleman, Diane Condito, Heather Conners, Kelly Conners, Efua Danquah, Grace Davenport, Molly Dunlap, Robin Elliott, Diana
Farias, Bert Farmer, Patty Gilbert, Gail Gregoire, Lynn Haddad, Lee Hagopian, Alex 'G-Clef" Hall, Amy Hannan, Jennifer Hawes, Pamela
Healy, Eliza Jaromin, Desiree Jolley, Cheryl Langill, Kathleen Lennon, Andy Locke, Carson Lynch, Ginger Merritt, Jon 'Postman"
Michaels, Danielle Mitchell, Stephanie Mitchell, Danielle Monticone, Shannon Mortland, Gerald "JM" Moulton, Lillian Pabon, Josh
Parrillo, Rebecca Pearl, Joanie Pimentel, Amy Rowe, Teresa Rozon, Andrew "Tone" Sanocki, Nathan "Pseudo" Schomer, Melissa Skilling,
Amy Stevens, Amy Teague, Jen Tedeschi, Eve Vandenburgh, Kenny Visser, Pamela Visser, Jennifer Young
The Hingham High Chorus, directed by Dr. Paul Cap-
pers, preformed in several concerts this year. It's first was
Vivaldi's Gloria (injunction with the orchestra), followed
by a Winter Concert, Spring Concert, and performance
aboard a float in Boston Harbor. In April, the chorus will
compete in an annual competition held this year in Mon-
treal, Canada. Respected by many to be one of the best in
Massachusetts, the chorus features many seniors. In the
soprano section, seniors are Gail Gregoire, Cheryl Lan-
gill, and Joan Pimentel. The "girly-mon" tenors are led
by Ed "Big Boss Man" Chiu and Carsen "Dead Head"
Lynch. But the real anchor of the chorus is the bass
section, without which the chorus would go spinning un-
controllably into A-block study hall. Seniors in the bass
section are Michael "Chuckles" Benard, Andrew "Tone"
Sanocki, Joshua "Nosoul" Parrillo, and James Coleman.
Karen Bartholomew, Carson Lynch (President), Jon Michaels, Bert
Farmer, Cheryl Langill, Heather Connors, Amy Hannan, Rebecca Cap-
pers, Gail Gregoire
Bill Ramsey, Alex Duff, Will Berggren, Steve Cerny, Josh Messer (Baritone Sax), Ben Torrey
(President — Bass), Andrew Sanocki (Vice President — Lead Trombone), Victor Cappella (Equip-
ment — Lead Tenor Sax), Amy Carpenter (Lead Alto Sax), Patty Gilbert, Dave Edson, Brian Blair,
Susannah Carr, Doug Colclough, Joanie Pimentel (Lead Percussion), Jason Brandenburg (Lead
Trumpet), Rick Carberry, Nathan Richardson (Guitar), Darren Bell
The Hingham High School Jazz Band, even with the extreme changes that have occurred in the music
department, is still swingin'. Under the new direction of Mr. Roger MaClentic the Jazz Band will continue
to compete in the District Jazz and Montreal Music Festivals. The band consists of one happenin' rhythm
section with seniors Ben "Mr. Funk" Torrey on bass, Joan Pimentel on the skins, and the gem Nate
Richardson on his axe, and the sisters of soul on piano. Featured in the horns is none other than the mighty
senior Andrew "Wonder Boy" Sanocki on t-bone, and section leader Jason Brandenburg on trumpet. Last
but not least are the "slick" saxophones anchored by Amy Carpenter on lead alto, the gruesome senior
Victor Cappella on lead tenor, and the colossal Josh Messer packing it away on bari. Altogether they
represent one of the most talented Jazz Bands around.
Edward Chiu (Tenor), Peter Cappers, Michael Benard (Bass), Andrew Sanocki (Bass), Jon Mi-
chaels, Gerald Moulton, Carson Lynch (Tenor), Gail Gregoire (Soprano), Rebecca Pearl, Karen
Bartholomew, Patty Gilbert, Amy Rowe, Pam Visser, Rebecca Cappers, Alex Hall, Sara Beszterc-
zey, Joanie Pimentel
The Choral Spectrum is an audition choir consisting of seventeen singers directed by Dr. Paul Cappers.
The group usually rehearses twice a week, working on all different types of music, ranging from madrigals
to show tunes. They perform at school concerts and hold their own performance in the spring. The group
was featured at the Tri-County Choral Festival in January and two of its members have been given All-
State recommendations, Ed Chiu (senior) and Patty Gilbert (junior). The seniors involved in the group
this year are Mike Benard, Ed Chiu, Gail Gregoire, Carsen Lynch, Joan Pimentel, and Andrew Sanocki.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
OFFICERS: E. Chiu — Treasurer, C. Kovatch — Secretary, A. Sanocki — President,
J. Caldwell — Vice President
H. Fisher, S. Cook, C. Kovatch, G. Jakub, E. Shannon, J. Dimartinis, L. Park, E. Chiu, R. Harris, J. Weber,
L. Kilmartin, A. Macedo, K. Cannon, J. Caldwell, M. Friedman, D. Scipione, A. Sanoki, M. Lecam, G.
Morrison, K. Zia, C. Maguire, M. Laughlin, P. Lucey, J. Parrillo, L. Hansberry.
Sarah Cook, Cecily Kovatch, Edward Chiu, Josh Messer, Peter Lucey, Rebecca Harris, Francis Maguire, Elizabeth Kilmartin, Todd
Wallack, Andrew Sanoki, Matt Laughlin, Andrew Parillo, Mary Kate LeCam, Julie Caldwell, Jill Demartinis
JUNIOR BOOK AWARDS 1989
Colby Book Award — Julie Caldwell
Dartmouth Book Award — Sarah Cook
Brown Book Award — Cecily Kovatch
Harvard Book Award — Andrew Sanoki
Holy Cross Book Award — Francis Maguire
Lehigh Book Award — Peter Lucey
Manhattanville Book Award — Rebecca Harris
Mount Holyoke — Elizabeth Kilmartin
Princeton Book Award — Andrew Parrillo
Rensselaer Mathematics and Science Award — Matt Laughlin
Smith Book Award — Jill Demartinis
Suffolk Book Award — Mary Kate Lecam
Boston University Book Award — Edward Chiu
Society of Women Engineers Certificate of Merit — Sarah Cook
Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award and Medal — Andrew Sanoki
American Studies Award — Melanie Brooks, Cecily Kovatch
Outstanding Junior Spanish Student — Glenn Morrison
Outstanding Junior French Students — Andrew Sanoki, Ghada Bouseral
Outstanding Junior Latin Student — Rebecca Harris
Mathematics Awards — MAML Olympiad Exam — Andrew Sanoki
AHSME Contest — Eddie Chiu
K. Kelly, J. Noblet, A. Sanocki, R. Friedman, M. Ryan, P. Goulding, K. Savini, G. Borden, Madame Flaherty, K.
Carty, J. Free, M. Brackley, K. Holleran, J. Vese, J. Canavan, T. Smith, E. Yalenezian, L. Blampeid, A. Locke, J.
Poleckis, F. Pierce, L. Marcus, K. Gibson, D. Keeler, C. McGonagle
The French Club has had a quiet but productive year, Madame Flaherty and the
officers have led the Club in a lucrative candy sale fundraiser. Madame Flaherty led
the crusade selling all sorts of candy anywhere at anytime. Judging from the crowds
around Madame during study, the club has raked in some serious profit. At this time
the amount is undisclosed; they don't want to boast about their unprecedented
success in the area of fundraising.
Editors: Emily Shannon, Stephanie Jordan
Staff: H. Vandwall, M. Friedland, T. Smith, S. Carr, P. Gilbert, B. Jan, J. Mina, K. Bartholemew, A. Taylor, J.
Messer, A. Carpenter, M. Friedman, S. Hardy, N. Buba, A. Leary, J. Parillo, A. Turner, D. Gardner, T. Wallack,
This year the Hingham High Harborhght has become more popular than ever
before. With more pictures, humor, and sports features the Harborhght has tried to
foster the continued growth of school spirit here at H.H.S. More in depth editorials
have touched on important student issues and articles on world and environmental
issues have increased student awareness. Hopefully the paper will continue to main-
tain these high standards and become even more popular in years to come.
G. Hussey, M. Freidman, T. Wallack, S. Howe, J. Parillo, T. Laracey
The Hingham High School Debate Team has participated in many
heated debates with schools in the area. The team debates on various
controversial subjects such as abortion, the death penalty, and even
more mundance issues such as school rules. Mr. Haviland is the advisor
of the Debate Team, and he meets with the members once or twice
every week to plan strategies and choose topics to argue. The team has
benefitted from the experience because they have learned to listen to
both sides of an arguement; something that requires an open mind.
This year's orchestra has been very successful combining efforts of the school orches-
tra along with the chorus. The orchestra performed Vivaldi's Gloria, which was a great
effort and success. Under the leadership of officers Liz Park, Joan Pimental, Jen
Young, and Gerard Colclough our orchestra competed in the Music Festival at Mon-
treal, Canada, playing hard and enjoying a well-deserved trip.
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M. Brooks, N. Buba, S. Cook, C. Crowley, K. Delay, J. Dimartinis, L. Doty, T. Esser, D. Griffith, M. Healey, M. Healey, J.
Keegan, C. Kelliher, C. Kovatch, P. Murphy, C. Myatt, C. Roche, A. Taylor, T. Wallack, J. Welch, K. Zia, S. Beszterczey, L.
Blampied, S. Carr, K. Carty, M. Cotsonas, J. Davies, P. Gilbert, M. Goldberg, D. Paulik, K. Pini, B. Raffetto, J. Samargedlis, C.
Savini, D. Schrauth, T. Weber, K. Bartholemew, H. Cook, P. Cox, J. DeAgazio, K. Devin, S. Hutcheson, M. Kane, S. Knox, J.
Poleckis, A. Philippon, K. Schooley, H. Singleton, T. Smith, T. Sullivan, S. Vanderweil, R. Boyle, N. Canavan, C. Carnes, D.
Connolly, A. Ferency, M. McCarthy, K. Mullen, J. Raffetto, M. Ryan, E. Schreier, S. Shelsy, L. Sharpe, E. White
The 1989-1990 Student Council, lead by President Ni-
cole Buba, Vice President Dan Griffith, Secretary Caitlin
Kelliher, and Treasurer Cecily Kovatch, had a truly suc-
cessful year. Our original goal was to increase the overall
spirit and pride of both students and faculty 100 % . After
an incredibly successful Spirit Week and several pep ral-
lies, our enthusiasm carried over into our attempts to
make the town more aware of the consequences of the
failed override of Proposition 2 1/2. This year we again
sponsored Health Awareness Week, our foster child Har-
ry Jeremie of Haiti, and a Christmas can drive.
Officers: Nicole Buba, Dan Griffith, Caitlin Kelliher, Cecily
Freshmen Officers: Kerri Mullen, Colleen Games, Nancy Canavan,
Sophomore Officers: Sarah Vanderweil, Tanya Sullivan, Julie DeA-
gazio, Heidi Singleton
Senior Officers: Alison Taylor, Todd Wallack, Margaret Hea-
ley, Christine Crowley
Junior Officers: Jane Samargedlis, Jen Davies, Tim Weber,
missing: Diana Paulik
Officers: L. Kilmartin, K. Pini, J. Friedman, A. Rowe,
S. Cusak, A. Rancourt
The AFS Club of Hingham High School is one of the largest
and most active clubs in the school. This year we had 225
members, making it the largest AFS Club in New England. In
AFS, the members are encouraged to learn about foreign cul-
tures through direct contact with our foreign students emd by
taking the opportunity to live abroad for a summer, semester,
During the school year, we hold many activities, including a
hike, many parties, and a Dance-a-Thon with which we raise
money for charity. Both in 1988 and this year the money we
raised went to the Bookshare Program, which sends textbooks
to Zimbabwe for the schools and libraries.
Our other main charity event is the rake at the Friends
Home on Turkey Hill. The ski trips and costume parties, din-
ners and barbeques are always fun and help to bring the club
members together. In the spring we sponsor the short term
exchange, which is the climax of the year's activities. Thirty to
forty students from an AFS Club elsewhere in the country
come to Hingham for a week and are hosted by Hingham
AFSers. Soon after, we travel to their hometown and stay with
their families for a week. This year Hingham is travelling to
Berwyn, Pa. with whom we had an extremely successful ex-
change in 1987. Other recent exchanges were with Portsmouth,
Va. in 1988 and Alcoa, Tenn. in 1989.
We've all had a lot of fun this year, welcoming the many
freshmen into the club, along with the other new members.
Much of our success is due to the work of our advisor, Ms.
Gillard, as well as the incredible dedication present in this
year's executive board, which includes Stacey Cusak as Vice-
President, Liz Kilmartin as President, Kristen Pini as Trea-
surer, Amy Rancourt and Amy Rowe as Secretaries, and Josh
Friedman with Public Relations. With these people carrying
on next year, it looks as if next year's AFS Club will be just as
great as this year has been.
N. Canavan, S. Jordan, R. Hunt, K. Knab, A. Casagni, D. Farias, J. Cooney, S. Cook, C. Crowley, J. O'Grady, G.
Hussey, B. Flynn B. Willy, B. Porter, L. Hansberry, M.K. LeCam, A. Sutton, M. Goldberg, A. Ferency, D. Paulik,
S. Beszterczey, I. McDonald, G. Bordon, C. Kovatch, E. Shannon, B. Lavey, Mrs. Robison, M. Kaye, H. Cook, H.
Strubble, J. Fleming, R. Muller, B. Falvey, M. Healey, S. Carpenter, P. Murphy, M. Govan, C. Roche, M. Brooks,
S. Heap, J. Thorpe, M. Goldsmith, G. Hren
The 1989-1990 Spanish Club has proven to be the biggest
and most successful of all Spanish Clubs in recent years at
Hingham High. With only two senior officers, Katie Knab
(President) and Glenn Morrison (Executive of Foreign Af-
fairs), and Spanish Club hopes to continue its activity partici-
pation in the coming years through the motivated and exper-
ienced leadership of Bridgett Flynn, the current Vice-Presi-
dent, Brian Jan, Secretary, and Matt Clark as Treasurer. The
current executive board members Rob Hunt, Jenn Yang, and
Mark Goldberg, will also help to expand the interest in the
This year, the Spanish Club's main goal was to reach out to
other Spanish-speaking countries who are less fortunate than
ourselves. The club conducted a Thanksgiving-Christmas
school supplies drive, directed through the American Friend's
Society, for children in Central America. As a result, the entire
school contributed in sending hundreds of dollars worth of
school supplies that was eventually donated to Nicaraguan
children. The most successful fundraiser of the year was the
gift wrapping at the Hanover Mall 2 days before Christmas.
The club earned more than $800 with that event, money with
which the club hopes to allocate into special projects through-
out Spanish-speaking countries. The enthusiasm and interest
of all the members in this year's club has really been the key to
the Spanish Club's success.
Officers: B. Jan, K. Knab, B. Flynn
FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS
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Isabelle Kobbe, Irmagard Seitner, Praepan Wallisuta, Alessandro Casagni, Pablo Gonzales, Diana Farias,
Every year Hingham High School has exchange students from different countries visit
for a year so that they can learn about our country and we may learn about theirs. This
year we have 7 students visiting us. Alessandro Casagni from Italy, Diana Farias of
Colombia, Hreinn Guomundsson of Iceland, and Irmagard Seitner from Austria are here
under the auspices of A.F.S. Pablo Gonzales from the Canary Islands is visiting the U.S
with the help of the American Institute for Foreign Study. Belgian Laurent Provost is here
under the Rotary Club Youth Exchange. Both Praepan Wallisuta of Thailand, and Isa-
belle Kobbe of Germany are here independently. All these students are supervised by Mrs.
Gustufson of the guidance department.
R. Harris, M.K. LeCam, K. Knab, L. Hansberry, J. Messer, S. Knox, S. Smith, T. Wallack, L. Kilmartin, J. Locke,
E. White, K. Mullen, B. Murphy, J. Foley, J. Parillo, J. Weber, L. Park, H. Fisher, B. Waldner, J. Caldwell, K.
Cannon, M. Benard, R. Pearl, J. Dimartinis, S. Cook
Pres. — Lynn Hansberry
V.P. — Katie Cannon
Secretary — Julie Caldwell
Treasurer — Josh Messer
Public Relations — Sarah Cook
The Hingham High School chapter of Amnesty In-
ternational has been involved in a variety of activities
throughout the year. Our weekly Urgent Action meet-
ings have given support to prisoners in immediate dan-
ger. During monthly meetings the group has written to
and petitioned governments concerning their humane
treatment of prisoners and other citizens. We also at-
tended a conference on the events in Tianneman
Square, and helped plan and run the First National
Student Conference on the Death Penalty. The Stu-
dents for Students March allowed members to rally for
youths who are being detained around the world. The
enthusiastic work of Amnesty International members
signifies their dedication to the worldwide fight for
Officers: Sarah Cook, Josh Messer, Lynn Hansberry, Julie Cald-
well, Katie Cannon
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Homecoming King and Queen: Cathy Cortese & Pat Games
Lisa Doty & Chuck Campbell
Barbara Violandi & Brian Porier
Sharon Baynes & Peter Lucey
Margaret Healey & Andrew Sanocki
M. Kaye, E. Dassori, E. Freedman, M.K. LeCam, D. Edson, G. Hussey, A. Leary, S. Jordan, J. Friedman, S. Beszterczey, M. Bird, R.
Cappers, B. Budde, Kilmartin, J. Carr, D. Gardner, M. Benard, G. Hren, S. Cusack, K. Pini, L. Condito, J. Finn, K. Bray, E. Chiu, K.
Howard, L. Hansberry, D. Condito, G. Merritt, A. Rancourt, P. Wallisuta, R. Pearl, K. Bartholomew, G. Dunbar, N. Smalley, C. Pereto, B.
lorio, K. Knab, S. Howe, A. Locke, P. Cappers, A. Casagni, A. Ferency, J. O'Neil, R. Tobey, J. Micheals, B. Lathrop, D. Carpenter, J.
Thaxter, P. Howard, C. Anderson, T. Reardon, J. Foley, L. Mehegan, C. Jones, H. Taylor, R. Freedman, J. Locke, E. White, K. Lennon, K.
Gormley, A. Stevens, K. Kelley, A. Phillippon, A. Mclver, A. Pereto, J. Tedeschi, T. Qualey, K. Sweeney, J. O'Grady, J. Free, E. Smalley, M.
Spannagel, P. Baltzer, K. Holleran, N. Ludwig, R. Hunt, J. Young, P. Martin, M. Brackley, M. Davis, D. Needham, L Kobbe, A. Youssef, D.
Wallack, D. Farias, A. Turner, M. Durling, B. Brooks, M. Kilborn
Of the number of productions the Drama Club does every year, the largest is the Fall musical. This year's
musical, "From Broadway to Baghdad," was written by our own drama director John Higgins. It involved over
150 people and it was a rousing success. The next production of the year is the Drama Festival; a yearly
competition sponsored on Globe that involves schools from all over the state. In the past, Hingham has had great
success, going all the way to the finals twice in 3 years. The Club plans to continue their success with this year's
production, "Ernie's Incredible Hallucinations." The Drama Club also presents a musical review each Spring in
conjunction with Thespian Night. Other Drama Club activities include a weekend trip to New York City to see
Broadway shows, and an evening of student directed one-act plays in May.
Officers: M. Benard, M.K. LeCam, A. Leary, G. Hren, M. Kaye, E.
Dassori, R. Cappers
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Mike Freidman, Todd Wallack
The Greater Boston Student Advisory Council's main objective is to represent
the student body to the State Board of Education. They meet with various task
boards and write letters of approval or disapproval to laws which pertain to our
educational system. This organization gives students a chance to really have say in
what laws are passed concerning our education.
M. Spannagel, E. Chiu, A. Turner, M. Benard, B. Budde, S. Howe, L. Hansberry, M.K. LeCam, A. Rancourt, E. Dassori,
J. Bell, G. Gregoire, S. Cusack, K. Pini, L. Kilmartin, S. Hardy, R. Tobey, M. Burling, A. Leary, M. Kaye, G. Hren, E.
The International Thespian Society is a world renowned organization which recognizes all
aspects of theater, including acting, directing, and technical jobs. This society is an honorable
society where only a select few fulfill the ideals of the theater and meet the rigorous require-
ments of the society. Outstanding Thespians are awarded special commendations for their
important contributions to the theatrical cause. This year 3 seniors were bestowed this honor-
ary accolade: Michael Kaye, Gregory Hren, and Ammon Turner.
Officers: Jen Beal, Rob Muller, John Fleming, Mike Freedie, Jen Welch
The Students Against Drunk Driving chapter at the high
school completed many goals this year with the aid of loyal
officers and members. The SADD organization has one main
goal: to spread the word that drinking and driving is destruc-
tive and deadly. Through the sale of SADD tee-shirts and an
assembly on the consequences of drinking and driving, we have
received positive feedback that our message is being heard;
that is our most important goal. We would like to thank our
advisor, Mr. Peter Bailey, and we hope that the SADD tradi-
tion is carried on in the years to come. SADD wishes everyone a
festive graduation and Prom, but remember: FRIENDS
DON'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK!
C. Woolworth, D. Gardner, J. Dimartinis, L. Ngo, M. Brackley, B. Waldner, J. Lamb, T. Wallack, L. lorio,
M. Blaustein, A. Saleh, L. Blampeid, C. Savini, K. Carty, E. Yalenezian, J. Noblet, D. Paulik, P. Richards
The 1989-1990 Volunteer Club offers their time and
effort to various projects throughout the local area. This
year the club organized weekly visits to local nursing
homes where the members spent time with the residents
talking with them and involving them in group activities.
In addition, some members participated in an adopt-a-
grandparent program, which allowed them to develop a
relationship with an elderly friend whom they call on
weekly. With the help of the Noshery the club helped
supply food for nearby shelters. Also, the club sponsored
a cand drive, and a drive to collect clothes and blankets
for the homeless. Although this group is relatively new in
the High School, they have gotten off to a great start.
Officers: Michelle Blaustein, Liz Blampeid, David Gard-
ner, Brian Waldner, Laura lorio
L. Leplante, J. Free, P. Martin, A. Crowell, P. Richards, K. Pini, B. Lavey, D. Griffith, M. Reddish, N.
Buba, J. Thorpe, M. Roper, S. Gordon
Hingham High School's Peer educators are trained to Hsten to the
problems of others and provide advice to mitigate the burden of
adolescence. They deal with such problems as drug and alcohol
abuse, stress, suicide, and eating disorders. The Peers encourgae
communication between students and their parents and teachers.
They believe that through communication the problems that arise
from stress and depression can be solved. Not only do the Peers
teach values, but they also serve as role models. From the beginning
of their membership in P.A.L.S., each student must take an oath to
never drink alcohol or take drugs during the program. This year's
participating seniors are Michael Reddish, Nicole Buba, Dan Grif-
fith, and Sarah Murphy. In the past year they have talked to grade
school classes in the area, and each has taught a chosen unit in the
health classes about stress, suicide, drugs and alcohol, or eating
disorders. This program has been enormously effective in proving
that lending an ear can made a world of difference — Peers are
S. Hardy, J. Beal, E. Shannon, J. Dimartinis, R. Harris, J. Weber, A. Sanocki, R. Evans, J.
Bosse, M. Flatley, G. Jakob
The Yearbook staff would like to wish all the
seniors good luck and to bid the Hingham High
School farewell. We hope that you all meet with
success in the future years and that this book will
help you remember the good old days. We all
worked very hard to make this a special yearbook
and we hope that you like it. Thanks to all the
people who made meeting our deadlines a little easi-
er: The Manion Studio, Mrs. Delay, The Mariner,
Mrs. Cortese, George Loring, McGrath's Studio,
Andrew Leary, Susan Kilmartin, Sharon Baynes,
Sarah Cook, all the people who wrote write-ups and
helped us with and especially Geoff Spence.
Editors: Emily Shannon, Jen Beal, Todd Wallack, Andrew Sanocki, Jen Weber,
Jen Welch, Rebecca Harris, Gretchen Jakob
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